A glimpse at a dark period in Mexican history, when in the summer of 1968, students from all over the country converged on the capital, demanding democracy, a few months before the launch of the Olympic Games. The brutal reaction of the government included shooting and torturing students, and culminated in a massacre during another demonstration later that year. Archive footage and eyewitness accounts illustrate why it is impossible for the Mexican people to forgive and forget.
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- Direction: Richard Dindo
- Script: Richard Dindo
- Cinematography: Peter Indergand
- Editing: Rainer M. Trinkler
- Sound: Martin Witz
- Production: Lea Produktion, Schweizer Radio, Fernsehen
- Format: Blu-ray
- Color: Color
- Production Country: Switzerland
- Production Year: 2003
- Duration: 86'
- World Sales: Lea Produktion, firstname.lastname@example.org