A powerful allegory about the violence of Colombia’s 50-plus-year civil war, Felipe Guerrero’s harrowing film literally denies its protagonists a voice. Three women—one whose village was destroyed by troops, one who stabs her paramilitary boyfriend to death and flees, and a soldier who refuses to follow her inhumane orders to bury the slaughtered villagers—find new ways to survive in Bogotá after being displaced by their respective traumas. Guerrero’s trenchant symbolism explores gendered violence and the barbarism of humanity. Winner of the Spanish Cooperation Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.