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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Infancia clandestina

Title in Italiano:

Infanzia clandestina

Title in Português:

Clandestine Childhood


Argentina, 1979. After years of exile, Juan and his family come back to Argentina under fake identities. Juan's parents and his uncle Beto are members of the Montoneros Organization, which is fighting against the Military Junta that rules the country. Because of their political activities they are being tracked down relentlessly, and the threat of capture and even death is constant.

However, Juan's daily life is also full of warmth and humor, and he quickly and easily integrates into his new environment. His friends at school and the girl he has a gigantic crush on, Maria, know him as Ernesto, a name he must not forget, since his family's survival is at stake. Juan accepts this and follows all of his parents' rules until one day he is told that they need to move again immediately, and leave his friends and Maria behind without an explanation.

This is a story about militancy, undercover life, and love. The story of a clandestine childhood.

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Clandestine Childhood
Sueños de juventud
Living de trincheras
Ricardo Mollo: Writer
Divididos: Performer

User reviews

Deborah Carter

The use of traditional Argentine folk music in the soundtrack adds a layer of authenticity to the story, connecting the audience to the cultural and historical context of the film. The blend of folk instruments with modern compositions creates a unique and captivating sonic experience.

Joseph Green

Overall, the soundtrack of Clandestine Childhood is a testament to the power of music in enhancing the storytelling experience. Its nuanced compositions and evocative arrangements make it an integral part of the film's narrative, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Thomas Parker

The soundtrack of Clandestine Childhood perfectly captures the tension and uncertainty of living under a military dictatorship in 1979 Argentina. The haunting melodies and somber tones evoke a sense of fear and danger that permeates the film.

Mark Jones

The emotional depth of the music in Clandestine Childhood is truly remarkable. From moments of quiet reflection to heart-pounding suspense, the soundtrack enhances every scene and draws the viewer deeper into the characters' struggles and triumphs.

Edward Jones

The soundtrack's ability to balance the dark themes of political persecution and secrecy with moments of warmth and humor reflects the complexity of the characters' lives in the film. The music serves as a powerful storytelling tool, guiding the audience through a range of emotions.