The documentary that vindicates the truth about Arturo Ruiz and the rest of the forgotten dead of the Transition

“Guns will not erase your smile” was the phrase that Arturo Ruiz's father wrote on the back of a photograph of his son, murdered by a far-right commando on January 23, 1977 in Madrid. He was 19 years old. He was a BUP student and a worker. And he was intercepted while escaping from the charge with which the police repressed a peaceful demonstration demanding amnesty for political prisoners. His death marked the beginning of what ended up going down in history as the 'Black Week of Madrid'.

The phrase, Weapons will not erase your smile , has been rescued in 2024 to give the title to the documentary that seeks to clarify what happened during those days but, above all: "Prevent the victims of the Transition from falling into oblivion."

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