In February 2003, Nicaragua was moved by the story of Rosa, a 9-year old girl who was raped and made pregnant... For a month, the country was glued to the life of this little girl, poor, emigrant in Costa Rica, raped and pregnant. Her story unleashed a national debate that made us think and talk about, debate and form opinions about problems from which we flee due to pain, chasteness or fear. Now, Rosa’s story returns on the movie screen, in a documentary that carries the seal of social sensitivity and commitment to the just causes that Florence Jaugey, Frank Pineda and Camila Films team always imprint on their works. Nicaragua’s history is riddled with forgetfulness. For a string of reasons, which we also don’t ever discuss, we forget. And without a memory of what we have lived through there is no future full of life. Rosa’s story has a great deal to teach us. Here she is, so that we won’t forget.