One Last Afternoon by Joel Calero
After 19 years without seeing each other, two former “guerrilleros” reunite to sign their divorce papers. As they catch up with their lives and revisit their shared romantic and political past, they unveil intimate secrets to finally discover who they truly are and how much their country and convictions still hurt them. One Last Afternoon transcends its time and place, capturing the sentiment of a whole generation, who during the 1970s and ’80s believed that insurgency was the path to social justice. The film won the Audience Award and Best Actor Award for Lucho Cáceres in the 20th Lima Film Festival 2016, and Best Director in the Ibero-American Competition at the Guadalajara International Film Festival in 2017.