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Black is Beltza II: Ainhoa

Ain­hoa was born by a mir­a­cle in La Paz (Bolivia), after the death of her moth­er Aman­da in a sim­u­lat­ed car acci­dent. She grew up in Cuba and in 1988, at the age of 21, she trav­eled to the Basque Coun­try to dis­cov­er the land of her father Manex. In the midst of repres­sion and polit­i­cal con­flict, she meets Josune, a com­mit­ted jour­nal­ist, and her gang of friends. After one of them dies of a hero­in over­dose, Ain­hoa and Josune set out on an ini­tia­to­ry jour­ney that will take them across Lebanon, Afghanistan and the city of Mar­seille. These are the last years of the Cold War and they will delve into the dark world of drug traf­fick­ing net­works and their close links to polit­i­cal plots.