In Chile, where the military Junta rules, knowing the truth is enough to put your life at risk.
Here was terrible danger. The photographer had been snapped by the officer's eye. He turned to Andres: "Take this - I beg you. The film in that camera . . ." For an eternal second Andres stood and watched as the journalist was dragged away. He trembled as if touched by an electric fence.
That brief encounter changed everything. All at once, Andres has a direction. The film is worth more than bullets. He must join those brave people who are speaking out, no longer talking in whispers.