By Dialogo January 01, 2010Paisito Spanish director Ana Diez presents the drama of two young people who learn about love just as politics in Uruguay turn their world upside down. Xavi is separated from his first love Rosana when Marxist rebels begin plotting an overthrow of Uruguay’s dictatorship in 1973. After 30 years, they find each other in Spain. Sins of My Father Juan Pablo Escobar, who now goes by the name of Sebastián Marroquín, is the son of one of the most powerful Colombian drug traffickers in the early 1990s, Pablo Escobar. Through this documentary, directed by renowned Argentine filmmaker Nicolas Entel, Juan Pablo apologizes for the cruelties of his father. It also presents Escobar’s life through the eyes of his son, one of the victims of the drug lord’s violent empire.