With My Heart in Yambo
A Personal Look at Ecuador's Recent History

With My Heart in Yambo - A Personal Look at Ecuador's Recent History
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This is not a personal story, but a country's story. Beautifully made, moving, touching. My broken English can't express how much this movie means to me, although I was 4 when the Restrepo brothers disappeared. María Fernanda pours her heart out with this work.

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