Travelers interested in modern Spain will want to see this documentary, which won a Goya award last year, and is now being released in the USA --
it features interviews and dramatic historical footage of Franco's victims and their continuing efforts to get around the amnesty laws that were passed soon after his death to prevent his enablers from being brought to justice.
It's a film full of ironies -- the plaintiffs have had to appeal to human rights courts in Argentina in order to have their cases heard, including many times more instances of stolen babies than occurred in Argentina itself.
This is even more moving than the memoir film "Roma" that was so popular here last year.
At a more trivial level, the film has interesting shots of contemporary Madrid and Buenos Aires to give you a sense of how local folks live today.