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Lost childhood
  Year: 2004
Format: Digital 16:9
Directed by: Jose Pedro Estepa Production: Oliva Acosta
y Elena Ortega
Script & research:
Oliva Acosta
y Elena Ortega
Photography: Xavi Garriga
Edited by: José Negrete
Music: Migala, Alicia Alemán
y José Negrete

The documentary "Lost Childhood" deals with a subject considered taboo until recently: sexual abuse among children. Figures in hand bring to light a serious social problem "revealing only the tip of the iceberg", since a mere 58% of abuse cases are actually reported.

Each of these children had to hide a horrible secret. Unconsciously they learned to accept that no one would believe them, that the threats made by their aggressors' would be carried out and that their families would be torn apart if the secret was revealed. Silence became their accomplice and their enemy.

"Lost Childhood" unravels the complex web of feelings which victims deal with throughout their lifetimes: fear, shame, guilt, rage and helplessness.