Guatemala, 1954. A nation loses its innocence; a boy fights to be heard. The Silence of Neto tells the politically-charged story of a young boy striving to follow his dreams while his country struggles to preserve democracy amidst CIA cold-war propaganda. Through the eyes of young Neto, we are given an authentic insider's look at the diverse people of Guatemala and the historical events. 1994, 106 minutes, MPAA rating: NR (would be PG if it were rated) DVD in Spanish with English subtitles.