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ALEX QUIROGA NEWS FILMS LOOKING FOR EMMA
A young English woman loses her memory after a car crash. By the time she wakes up in the hospital there is an elegant woman called Julia who claims she is a former classmate at her bedside. As she recovers, Emma begins to suspect that there is a plot being hidden from her.
original title: BUSCANDO A EMMA
directed by: Álex Quiroga
film run: 98'
cast: Cristina Goyanes, Franchesca Strauss, Jorge Lucas, Carmen Vicente Arche, Dirtan Biba, Tomás Gallo
music: Estani Peinado
production: Alex Media Grupo Filmes
AMARAS A TU ENEMIGO - LOVE YOUR ENEMY-THE NEWS FILMS ALEX QUIROGA
THE NEWS FILMS ALEX QUIROGA,LOVE YOUR ENEMY
Identify the disappeared in Argentina Spanish first
The Forensic Anthropology Team Argentina identified the remains of a Spanish disappeared during the military dictatorship (1976-1983), as is the first time it gets to know the whereabouts of persons of that nationality who were victims of repression.
This is the Catalan Manuel Robles Coley, who had disappeared in October 1976 and whose remains were still buried in a cemetery on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Efe reported official sources.
The remains of Coley Robles, one of nearly one hundred Spanish disappeared during the last de facto regime that ruled Argentina, were found in the cemetery General Villegas, the town of Isidro Casanova, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, said the head of Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF), Luis Fondebrider.
After the rise EAAF a report to the justice on the identification of the remains, the Buenos Aires judge Horacio Cattani confirmed on November 24 that genetic studies are in Coley Robles, although the data were reported on Wednesday.
Coley Robles, born June 29, 1934 in Barcelona, had disappeared on October 27, 1976 after an armed group of 20 people who identified as Army personnel kidnapped him at his home in the city of Quilmes Buenos Aires , said a statement from the Committee on Missing Spanish in Argentina.
A Robles, who was steward of the company Rigolleau of the locality of Berazategui, taken from his home "to the dinner in front of his wife and children, who were still small," it said.
According to testimony related to the investigation of his case, Catalan went through various clandestine detention centers, including the one known as the "Pozo de Quilmes."
The research claims that Robles died on February 5, 1977, months after being kidnapped, and his remains exhibited multiple gunshot wounds.
The Committee on Missing Spanish in Argentina is estimated that about a hundred more than 2,000 Spanish and Spanish-born citizens disappeared during the military dictatorship in Argentina.
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