- Duration68 min
During the Argentinian military regime, from 1976 to 1983, local and international companies had an active role in preparing lists of workers to be abducted, supplying information for the military forces and settling clandestine detention centers inside their premises. Perel reads out excerpts of a report never published before, and collects still shots of the company’s buildings, accomplices of the dictatorship, and their logos—filmed from his car’s window—in a trip around Argentina. The simple and precise cinematic gesture shows that evidence of the crimes are still there.
Click Here to watch a pre-recorded introduction from the director of the film, Jonathon Perel. (UK audiences only)