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Actor Ricardo Darín, left, and director Santiago Mitre pose at the Golden Globe Awards after “Argentina, 1985” won Best Motion Picture in a Non-English Language. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Democracies don’t just bounce back after dictatorships – Argentina’s Oscar nominee shows what justice afterward looks like

Several films have portrayed violence and fear under Argentina’s most recent dictatorship, but the Oscar-nominated ‘Argentina, 1985’ is the first to explore the trial that brought junta leaders to justice.

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