A wave of domestic cinema is setting its sights on the internal clashes of the 1980s and 90s, still a highly divisive topic: ‘People haven’t wanted to look back’

The camera zooms in on two lovers embracing on a park bench, the man looking anxiously over the woman’s shoulder at the doorway of nearby house. Nearby in a corner shop, a long-haired man peers over his sandwich in the same direction.

The tense scene from a new Peruvian thriller is based the true story of how years of undercover police work led to the capture of the most wanted man in Peru’s recent history.

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