‘The Silence of Others’ review: When transitional justice feels like waiting for pigs to fly

This evocation is so vivid that I cannot help but notice its parallelism to the Philippines’ historical denialism about the atrocities of the martial law period, especially at a time when another Marcos is eager to occupy the country’s highest office. Continue reading ‘The Silence of Others’ review: When transitional justice feels like waiting for pigs to fly