Jayro Bustamante

director or “La Llorona”

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Jayro Bustamante's new film is a fictionalized account of a real genocide in Guatemala in the 1980s.

‘La Llorona’ film takes on the real horror of genocide in Guatemala

Jayro Bustamante's new film is a fictionalized account of a real genocide in Guatemala in the 1980s.

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