Sins of My Father is a documentary about reconciliation between the son of Pablo Escobar and the sons of slain Colombian politicians, Lara and Galán. It's interesting for historical reasons, but the film focuses more intently on the lives of the sons and their eventual meeting. These types of documentaries are often overly sentimental, but this one did provoke thought on how an individual, family, and society can get past hatred and violence by making the right choice at crucial times.
In this rare photograph (c. 1978 – 1982) we see notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar standing in front of the White House in Washington, DC. The boy standing beside Escobar is his only son, Juan Pablo Escobar, who has since changed his name to Sebastian Marroquin.