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El silencio de otros is a movie starring María Martín, José María Galante, and Carlos Slepoy. The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek...

Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo
Ana Messuti, Carlos Slepoy, María Martín, José María Galante

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Genres Documentary
Director Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo
Writer Kim Roberts, Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo, Ricardo Acosta
Stars Ana Messuti, Carlos Slepoy, María Martín, José María Galante
Country France, Spain, Canada, USA
Also Known As Diğerlerinin Sessizliği, Le silence des autres, Duchy wojny domowej, O Silêncio dos Outros, A mások csendje, The Silence of Others, Sannheten Spania vil glemme
Runtime 1 h 36 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. Filmed over six years, the film follows the survivors as they organize the groundbreaking 'Argentine Lawsuit' and fight a state-imposed amnesia of crimes against humanity, and explores a country still divided four decades into democracy. Seven years in the making, The Silence of Others is the second documentary feature by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Made in L.A.). It is being Executive Produced by Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar, and Esther García.

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Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 21:28

I have seen many documentaries on the subject of human trafficking in Latin America. These have mainly been produced by NGOs (nongovernmental organizations), and were made in a very limited time frame. The film "Silencio de otros" is the first to be made on the subject of the vast majority of those women and children who end up in the hands of human traffickers in Latin America. I think it is a very important film that should be viewed by all who care about human trafficking and how that crime affects innocent people. The film follows a journey of three sisters who have escaped from the clutches of a network of child traffickers. The film includes interviews with the family members of those women and also the children who have been trafficked. It is told from the women's point of view and shows how they feel when they have escaped. The film is also a warning to the people who may think that the women and children will end up as happy and productive members of society because they have escaped from the hell that their family and society has become. In the end, the film shows that the trafficker is actually the one who gets the girls and women. She is the one who gives them their freedom and she is the one who keeps them chained to the rack in their lives. The film also shows how the traffickers are able to get women and children into the hands of the traffickers. It also shows the ways in which the traffickers try to keep the women and children in a very dark world where they are subjected to all kinds of degrading and degrading acts and conditions. The film ends on a very sad note where the women and children are told that they will be sent back to their country of origin. The film is very important because it shows how an entire country can become a place that is filled with misery and despair. It also shows how the traffickers continue to take advantage of the women and children and the children that have escaped. The film is very well made and the footage is very compelling. I recommend that you see it and that you watch it at least once. You will not regret it.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 12:04

While this documentary isn't really about the "disappearance" of the astronauts, it is about their experience in space and the dangers they faced, not to mention their use of the space shuttle to perform medical research. One of the most interesting things about this film is the fact that they went through a lot of research and planning to get a special medical condition to be diagnosed by astronauts. During their first flight, the only thing they were allowed to use was a space suit and a medical instrument. When they were sent on the second mission, they were only allowed to use their space suits and a medical instrument. The astronauts are shown in interviews discussing the difficulties they faced during the flight. The footage is also shown on the "Discovery Channel" and other TV stations. The film gives a much more personal account of the actual experience of the crew and their preparation for their mission. It also shows their reactions when they came back to Earth and were asked why they were not home. When they were asked why they were in space, they would respond with, "We couldn't be home because we couldn't breathe." The astronauts talked about the very important questions that were asked during the mission. They also talked about the damage that they received from the space shuttle. When one astronaut was badly injured, the crew was told to take a vacation. One of the astronauts thought the crew should take a vacation because they had given so much of their time to the mission and the mission was over. The crew members were asked what they wanted to be remembered for and the first answer they gave was "To serve the public and our country." They also discussed the problems with the air traffic controllers that they encountered during their mission. During their flight, the controllers had to deal with a lot of incoming and outgoing traffic, and they had to monitor the traffic with multiple satellites and the astronauts' radios. While on the ground, the astronauts had to use the space shuttle to check out the space shuttle. While the astronauts were in space, the controllers had to deal with a lot of incoming and outgoing traffic and they had to monitor the traffic with multiple satellites and the astronauts' radios. All of this adds up to a very personal and interesting film that offers a great insight into the most important thing to a human being and their work in space. It is an extremely good documentary that is well worth watching.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 09:43

I'm a big fan of documentaries about the Cuban Revolution, especially the first part of the 20th century, when the Cuban Revolution started. But, I didn't really know how to comment about this documentary until I watched it. And, after watching it, I can say that the most important thing in the movie was the fact that it was not just about the Cuban Revolution. There are many other important things that are discussed in this documentary. One of them is the character of Fidel Castro, and what he has done for his country. I don't really know how to comment on this documentary. I think that this is a documentary about the Cuban Revolution and the people who were involved in it, so I can't comment on their opinions on the Revolution. The only thing that I can comment on is the fact that I think it's important to be open about the facts of the Cuban Revolution. If you think that the Revolution was an important thing in Cuban history, I think that you should be able to comment on this documentary. And I think that this documentary is really important, because it's the only documentary that has been made about the Cuban Revolution, and I think that it's a great documentary because it tells us about the problems that the people of Cuba had to deal with at the time, and it shows us about the problems that the people of Cuba had to deal with. I think that it's important to be open about the facts of the Cuban Revolution, because it will help us to make better decisions about our country.
Friday, 08 May 2020 05:29

I really liked this documentary. It is a must see for any audience that appreciates or has a general interest in the interplay of cultures, cultures that tend to merge into one another, cultures that are not so easily separated. It also helps to be an advocate for the poor and oppressed because if you're a privileged white male, you probably won't have a real chance to see the reality of what goes on in the world, and that is very easy to miss. I have two major problems with this film: 1. It is too short. There are many more important issues that the film does not address. 2. The African people in the film are portrayed as being "submissive". This is not true. It is the same as the situation with the U.S.A. where the poor and oppressed are portrayed as being "macho". I don't see this as being the case. There are many powerful men in the world that would not trade their power for "the woman". It is important to remember that the only difference between the poor and the rich is that the rich are a bit more privileged. The rich are not "submissive" because they are "macho" and the poor are not "submissive" because they are "fragile". I think the only reason why the film is not showing more of the rich and powerful is that they are not worth showing. It is important to remember that the wealthy are not the "submissive" and the poor are not the "macho". All in all, the film is a very good and informative documentary. If you have any interest in history or politics or even just the human condition, then you should see this film.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 11:19

Well, this documentary "Silent Hell" was a revelation for me. It was an hour and a half of insight from many people who knew nothing of the true horrors of what the Spanish Inquisition had done to millions of innocent people. Some of them were born in the same time as the Spanish Inquisition and went through it. Others were children during the Inquisition. I think this documentary is more accurate than most. It is a must watch for all people who are interested in the dark side of history. It was also interesting to see how different people viewed the same event. Most people in the film who were close to the Inquisition never felt any emotion for it. Even the ones who were not close to the Inquisition seemed to be more fascinated with the movie and not the subject at hand. For example, I was told the story of how the Spanish Inquisition was started and how they eventually started torturing and killing people. I also heard of how people who were innocent were killed in the Inquisition and how many were tortured and burned alive. There were also people who hated the Spanish Inquisition for being a "bad" religion. They were very passionate about it and were very willing to say that it was the "worst thing to happen to the human race." Another fascinating point was the history of the people who were innocent victims of the Spanish Inquisition. These people were too poor to afford a lawyer, so they had to hire one. These lawyers were hired from the wealthy and educated and they were the ones who brought the case to the court. They were the ones who made sure the facts were presented in the court room. This movie is a must-see for anyone interested in history and its impact on the human race.

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