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La amiga (Die Freundin)

Rating:R
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1998
Running time:110 minutes
Cast:Liv Ullmann, Cipe Lincovsky, Federico Luppi, Lito Cruz, Víctor Laplace
Director:Jeanine Meerapfel
Writer:Osvaldo Bayer, Alcides Chiesa

Description: Maria (Liv Ullmann) and her actress friend Raquel (Cipe Lincovsky) react differently when both of their children are missing and presumed dead at the hands of military terrorists. Raquel moves to Berlin, while Maria continues the search for her missing child. She continues her search after the oppressive military regime is ousted, still hoping her child is not among the many dead.~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

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