On November 3rd, 1995, in filmmaker Natalia Garayalde’s hometown, the Río Tercero Military Munitions Factory exploded. Thousands of shells dispersed against the city that had produced them. Aged 12, while trying to escape from the explosions, Garayalde recorded the devastation of her hometown with a video camera. Finding these tapes 25 years later, the filmmaker observes continuities in the footage.
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