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The film tells the story of a teenagers group kidnapped and disappeared by the Argentinean dictatorship in 1976. They were students of the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires, the oldest and most prestigious High School in the country. There, 108 pupil were killed by military government.
This group of young were between 15 and 19 years old. At the beginning of the seventies, they created the most important and the biggest political group that gather young people to fight for the Socialist Revolution. They lived beautiful days where the friendship and the love were interrupted by the violence and the death, brought by the military force.
At the present, many of them are disappeared and others are returning from a long exile where they save their lives, their minds.
The film build an amazing puzzle with super eight images, old recordings and the voices of the survivors, where the result is a strong point with the new generations.

 

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Argentina / 2014 / 110 minutes - HD / Documental. English Subtitles.
Argentina / 2017 / 119'/ Opera Prima/ Feature film / World Premiere / With the support of INCAA.

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Written, directed and produced by: Ernesto Ardito and Virna Molina
Art, cinematography, film editing, sound: Ernesto Ardito and Virna Molina
Original music by: Ernesto Ardito and Virna Molina
Graphics and animations: Virna Molina
Executive Producers: Virna y Ernesto, Canal Encuentro.

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The Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires has 108 students disappeared by the Military Dictatorship. The film is based in a novel written by Gaby Meik. She is a survivor student of this high school. Her best friend is disappeared. We made the casting principally among students of this high school. The goal was to film with teens who were studying at the same place where the real story happened. So, the film became in a bridge memory.
Symphony for Ana is our fiction debut. Previously we made documentaries about human rights and literature issues.

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