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1932 (2002)
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Call no.:
VHS F1487.5 .N56 2002
Title:
1932
Alternate titles:
Cicatriz de la memoria
1932- scars of memory
Nineteen thirty two, scars of memory
Scars of memory
Originally produced:
2002
Format:
VHS
Summary:
In 1932 the army and "citizen militias" in El Salvador brutally crushed an uprising of peasants in western El Salvador, killing 10,000 people. Survivors share their harrowing memories, many for the first time. The trauma resonated through six decades of military rule, until the 1992 peace accords ended a brutal, 12-year civil war. The film is based on 200 interviews with survivors and on archival research in El Salvador, Great Britain and the United States.
Credits:
El Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies ; Indiana University, The Memories of Mestizaje Project present ; produced and directed by Jeffrey L. Gould and Carlos Henriquez Consalvi.
Publication:
Brooklyn, NY : First Run/Icarus Films, c2002.
Languages:
Narrated in English ; participant interviews in Spanish with English subtitles.
Details:
1 VHS (ca. 53 min.) : sound, black & white and color
Performer(s):
Narrator, Russell Salmon.
Production:
Cameramen, David Barraza, Santiago Rodriguez, Carlos Henriquez Consalvi ; editor, Carlos Henriquez Consalvi.
Subjects:
Poor El Salvador Political activity.
Documentary films.
El Salvador History 1838-1944.
El Salvador History 1944-1979.
El Salvador History 1979-1992.
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Format: VHS
Region: NTSC (North America)
Year: 2000s
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Title: 1932
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