DIRECTOR ALBERT SOLÉ WILL PREMIERE EXAMINATION OF CONSCIENCE, HIS NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT CATHOLIC CHURCH ABUSE

Produced by Zeta Cinema, Zeta Audiovisual and Minimal Films, Examination of Conscience will premiere in Netflix on January 25th

Madrid, January 10th 2019.- Netflix has announced today a new three episode documentary series titled Examination of Conscience directed by journalist and director Albert Solé, winner of a Goya Award for his documentary “Bucharest, Memory Lost”.

The documentary series explores sexual abuse cases in Spanish Catholic Church institutions through testimonies from victims, journalists, experts and clergy members. This new original production exposes the complexity and magnitude of this situation.

“This documentary series is one of the most complicated challenges I have faced in my career: because of the range of the topic that covers, with all likelihood, a never imagined magnitude and because we had to manage very personal and difficult stories that have been buried under a thick blanket of silence for decades” said Albert Solé.

Examination of Conscience, directed by Albert Solé and produced by Zeta Cinema, Zeta Audiovisual and Minimal Films, will be available on Netflix on January 25th.

About Examination of Conscience

Examination of Conscience aims to reflect on the reach of the abuses in the Spanish Church, a reality that has been concealed for far too long under a blanket of silence. Through the revealing testimony of Miguel Angel Hurtado, that has kept his case in silence for 18 years, this documentary series gives voices to victims, clergy members and investigators in order to understand the complexity and reach of this devastating situation.

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