Photo courtesy of Dallas International Film Festival
Clandestine Childhood is about a 12-year-old boy living a dangerous double life in 1970s Argentina. On one hand, he's an ordinary kid, but on the other he's the son of militant rebels. The film is personal story for the film's director that weaves together history, animation, and his own life experiences. It's a riveting and touching look at a dark chapter in Argentina’s history through the lens of the stuff of which memories are made and remembered.