Unlike the Academy-Award-nominated Las Madres del Plaza de Mayo this film on the terrorist tactics of the Argentinian military government between 1976 and 1983 ranges across a broad spectrum of history and is consequently a thinner, more superficial offering. Director Victor Fridman starts back in the 1930s with his story, leaving nearly 50 years to cover in 60 minutes. He begins with a brief overview of those years and then certain periods are revisited in more detail. If viewers are left with the feeling that they have seen some things twice (like the Falklands-Malvinas war or the death squads), they are right. Perhaps a longer running time would have better accommodated the scope envisioned by director Victor Fridman.
~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide