The film Santiago Mitres Argentina, 1985, has been released by Prime Video, which chronicles the most dramatic courtroom drama in Argentina's history, two years after the country's brutal military dictatorship was replaced by democracy.
The trial of Juli Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, the culprits in the Argentinian dictatorship, set a new precedent for the entire world. The film follows the true story of prosecutors who are preparing to face off against all odds.
At the start of the trailer, you'll be the prosecutor in the most important trial in Argentina's history. This trial, according to the trailer, might have been the most significant court case against government officials for crimes against humanity since the Nuremberg trials during World War II.
He was not the only one. Strassera was backed by a much younger lawyer (Peter Lanzani) and others juniors who, despite having no established reputation to risk, exhibited the courage to go where the seniors wouldnt dare and joined forces to arrest the criminals responsible for years of unlawful violence.
Mitre, Darin, Axel Kuschevatzky, Federico Posternak, Agustina Llambi-Campbell, Santiago Carabante, Chino Darin, and Victoria Alonso are among the film's producers.
Argentina, 1985 is the first film to be premiered at the 79th Venice Film Festival. Mitres' film will be released in Argentina on September 29 and will also be available on Amazon Prime Video sometime soon.