Los Nietos by Jeunehomme, Marie-Paule
Members of the village's older generation recount the memories they were always too afraid to pass on to their children. Their grandchildren, who grew up in the post-Franco period, have never felt the same fear and want to know what happened. The youngest generation feels a sense of obligation to the victims and feels that giving them a proper burial is the least they can do. When one grave is exhumed, the stories of other victims of the same crimes begin to unfold.