What is peace? What is justice? Why should these two concepts be mutually exclusive? These hard questions are posed by Swiss documentarian Kristina Konrad’s epic document of Uruguay’s 1989 amnesty referendum, a vote to determine whether members of the police and military accused of crimes during the country’s 12 years of junta rule could be prosecuted after they were controversially granted impunity in 1986. Working from a wealth of U-matic tapes, Konrad follows two TV interviewers as they talk to common citizens on the street about how they’ll vote and what peace and justice mean to them. One or Two Questions is an engrossing, powerful, and frequently funny look at democracy in action. North American Premiere