Romero wrote that one I think...Amargo said:"Breve historia de los Argentinos", by Felix Luna. It is an excellent book, which will help anyone understand the present of the country.
Felix Luna is considered by most Argentines the best ever historian.
La Historia Oficial was excellent. I also recommend another Norma Aleandro movie called Cama Adentro (Live-In Maid), which is about the lives of a formerly-wealthy Recoleta socialite and her maid of 30 years in the aftermath of the economic crash. Lovely and nuanced portrayal of the Argentine class system, porteno life, and recent national history.MizzMarr said:There is a good movie called "The Official Story"/"La Historia Oficial" that tells the tale of a woman tracking down the origins of her adopted daughter and finding out that she was one of the babies "disappeared" from the liberals and "rehoused" during the Dirty War. Fascinating story. Really good!