There has been a massive increase in forced disappearances in recent years and thousands of people who were abducted for some reason have not returned to their homes. On this topic, Cinalon filmmaker Jose María Espinoza made a documentary called I Was in Silence, which premieres today.
In an interview with EL Debate, the director also shared his feelings that his work has crystallized and serves as support for those looking for a missing relative.
about the documentary
Jose María revealed that the project was born out of a small job in relation to the violence in Sinaloa, with whom he conducted separate interviews with activists, journalists and of course the victims, a fact that made him a- brought closer to another. Mirna, leader of a group of Las Rastradoras de el Fuerteswhich told him a lot of information with which he decided to make the documentary, Which will completely challenge the brutality of thousands of people going missing in the stateWhere many mothers tirelessly visit places and give some indication of where their children, husbands and other relatives are. The content also addresses There are internal processes for finding cones.In addition, there are three proofs that he lost; DTwo of these cases lost their sons and the other lost their daughters, which explains the painful moment they experienced.
Where to watch tapes?
The film will be screened in commercial theatres, on the circuit mexican art cinemain States and Cine Tonalá. K Cinemathics, Jose María announced that he was in talks with some movie theaters to screen the documentary in Mazatlán.