In ‘The Blonds’, film director Albertina Carri uses the camera to disclose the facts about the emotional life of her parents, who disappeared and were murdered during the last and brutalArgentine dictatorship. Defying the tricks of memory, Carri enlists the testimonies of her parents’ comrades, fading photographs, an actress who embodies the role of the filmmaker,smiling Playmobil figures and her own fantasies, and together with her team, she embarks on a search across the geography and history of Buenos Aires, trying to understand whathappened. As the facts about her parents are revealed, from the most idealized to the most mundane, colourful perspectives emerge that are also surrounded by certain conflicts. Whowere the Carris? How did they disappear? Were they blond or dark-haired? Were they revolutionaries, ordinary parents, or a mere fiction created by those who remember them? Pervadedby the myth of those who went missing, the portrait of this family is modulated by the gaze of each person that evokes its members, each image of the past, each photo faded by time ormemory.