is a documentary about violence against journalists and the importance of
freedom of the press to a free, democratic state. Through the lives of three
Colombian journalists, the film recounts the peril journalists endured while
covering Colombia’s narcoterrorism violence in the 1980s during the reign of
Pablo Escobar’s Medellin cartel, the 1990s during the rise of corruption in
the military and 2000s during a behind-closed-doors oppressive
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Runtime: 52 min. Rating: NR Genres: Documentary Subtitles / Closed Captioning: English Subtitles Press Kit:Click Here