From Executive Producer Steven Spielberg comes an inspiring documentary that sheds light on a forgotten massacre during Guatemala's civil war. Nearly 30 years later, a forensic scientist and prosecutor help bring justice to those responsible... by finding the missing boy named Oscar, a boy who survived the massacre's horror - only to be raised by one of the soldiers who killed his family.
Interesting movie. I would have liked to have learned more about why the army killed these people. How were they received by the army when they returned, and in general more information on the ramifications of the entire incident in general. If these people are in the United States they should be found and deported to stand trial. Another fine example of the lacked immigration policies and procedures of this country.
I had never heard of this before. What a tragic story. How someone can kill kids is something I can't comprehend. Did Pres. Reagan turn a blind eye to this massacre ? A simple story made very complex by politics involvement. Be careful who you sell guns too.
What an amazingly moving documentary. Unfortunately this kind of evil in the world still exists. But even with these horrible events....beautiful and wonderful goodness finds its way in. The lives that were saved during this massacre just shows the goodness that found its way in. Thank god this story was not forgotten and the people involved in this kept going. They did not give up,even after 15 years. I will definitely watch this again.
It's sad that like many I've never heard of these atrocities in Guatemala what a powerful wake up call hopefully stories like this will teach people to be kinder to each other and not allow hate to win
Incredible documentary. When i lived in Guatemala as a kid, i heard about this stuff going on. It is terrifying to think this could have been friends or family. My heart goes out to the survivors and amazing work done by everyone involved in brining people to justice.
this is an incredile documentary. I had heard stories from my parents, who are both from guatemala, how the guatemalan military were ruthless and malicious. the village of dos eres were victims of the military and finally after many years they are getting justice.