This film was last shown on 12 June 2017
A cinematic portrait of a young Argentinian man who decides to join the army to make his mother happy. He also becomes the drummer in the band. His everyday life is now a combination of performing military training, band practice and banal duties. What is the purpose of the army, 40 years after the dictatorship? What is the role of a soldier in a country without wars?
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