This 2002 documentary by Paula Rodriguez profiles three Chilean activists—a playwright and two politicians—who lost their fathers in the 1973 military coup against Salvador Allende and grew up to agitate against the Pinochet government. In interviews they recall their fathers’ disappearances, their own protests, and the lost years after Pinochet stepped down and their anger dissipated. Rodriguez’s presentation is serviceable and sometimes cloying, but the testimony often has undeniable poignancy. In Spanish with subtitles. 81 min.