Online exclusive! Available 8/7-27.
CANCION SIN NOMBRE
Chile, Peru, Spain, United States | 2019 | Melina León
When an indigenous Andean woman’s newborn daughter is kidnapped from a medical clinic in Lima, the desperate mother turns to a newspaper reporter for help. This heartbreaking debut film, inspired by a rash of child kidnappings from faux healthcare facilities in 1980s Peru, has notable music by avant-garde composer Pauchi Sasaki. “A Kafkaesque thriller of crime and corruption…Gorgeous monochrome visuals and rich musical layers…An exquisite audiovisual experience.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. 97 min.
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