Following Peru's war on terrorism, Fausta's relatives believe she suffers from The Milk of Sorrow, a condition transmitted by her Mother, who was violated and mistreated during the country's upheaval. The war has ended but Fausta lives to be constantly reminded of her condition of fear. The sudden death of her mother forces Fausta to confront these fears and question the peculiar measures her mother took to protect her daughter from a similar fate. The Milk of Sorrow is the story of a search for re-awakening and a journey from fear to freedom.
Magaly Solier, Susi Sánchez, Efraín Solís, Bárbara Lazón, Delci Heredia, Karla Heredia, Fernando Caycho, Miller Revilla Chengay, Spencer Salazar, Summy Lapa, María del Pilar Guerrero, Leandro Mostorino, Anita Chaquiri, Edward Llungo, Daniel Núñez, Lucy Noriega, Yostin Caycho, Anthony Caycho, Marco Antonio Ramírez, Doris María Ramírez