Peru was not the only country this year to enter a film about victims who disappeared during political conflict. Void, from Lebanon, deals with the same subject. Approximately 17,000 Lebanese are still missing from the fighting that occurred between 1975 and 1990. Void presents the stories of various women who, twenty years later, are still haunted by the disappearance of a loved one. There’s a mother who lost her son, a daughter who lost her father, a wife who lost her husband and a wealthy woman who lost her lover. I don’t often present SPOILER ALERTs, but here’s one. At the end of the film we learn that all of these women are mourning the same man, who was, after all, a son, a father, a husband and a lover. Multiply this by 17,000 and you get the point of Void.