How do you create your own identity apart from the people who gave you life? For Argentine filmmaker Albertina Carri, this isn't idle speculation. On February 24, 1977, when she was only four years old, her father, Roberto Carri, a noted sociologist and leftist intellectual, and her mother, Ana Maria Caruso, were kidnapped from their home in Buenos Aries by agents of the Argentine military junta. Sometime later that year probably in December and presumably after months of torture both were murdered under still shadowy circumstances. Carri's parents were just two of the estimated 30,000 "desaparecidos," victims of Argentina's "dirty war" against perceive...