LESA HUMANIDAD is a non-profit documentary about historical memory and universal justice, showing the struggle of different organizations.
To give voice and visibility to the victims of the Franco regime, to collect their testimonies, to end the indifference of a significant part of society and to restore their right to memory and justice.
These are the objectives of the documentary project LESA HUMANIDAD, a non-profit documentary on historical memory and universal justice.
What happens when human rights are continuously and systematically violated and these crimes of genocide have occurred in the recent past?
And if, furthermore, there are laws framed within a democratic framework that protects impunity and exonerate the genocide criminals?
Universal jurisdiction can form a great incentive that can trigger and promote judicial decisions that will ensure the reparation of victims who have suffered from a lack of protection and their freedom as a human being has been curtailed.
Written and directed by HÉCTOR FAVER.
Cinematography GERARDO GORMEZANO.
Music LITO VITALE.
Editing TOMÁS SUÁREZ GÓMEZ and HÉCTOR FAVER.
Interviewed CHATO GALANTE, BALTASAR GARZÓN, SOLEDAD LUQUE, GERARDO PISARELLO, EMILIO SILVA, CARLOS SLEPOY and JOAN TARDÀ.
Narration EDUARD FERNÁNDEZ.
Literary texts JEAN AMERY, PAUL CELAN, IZAK KATSENELSON, LLUIS LLACH and NORA STREJILEVICH.
Additional voices VARDA FISZBEIN, DIETRICH GROSSE, BLANCA LLUM, ARNAU PONS and LUCILA TEST.
Languages CATALAN, SPANISH, YIDDISH, FRENCH.