AWFJ Presents SONG WITHOUT A NAME – Review by Diane Carson

In Song Without a Name, Peruvian director Melina León with tender compassion tells a tragic tale of abducted newborns. Never hurried, the story, inspired by actual events, unfolds at a measured pace with maximum effect devoid of sensationalism since, clearly, none is needed for this repulsive crime. With the perfect choice of black and white cinematography, the images complement the 1988 time frame and the milieu of the twenty-year-old, indigenous Andean mother Georgina Condori Ñaupari.

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