In Pacífico, the sea is rough, nocturnal, and seemingly undecipherable. With no reference of location, it is a nondescript fragment of the ocean. Although it has admitted the brutality of its actions during Pinochet’s military regime, the Chilean army never revealed the whereabouts of its victims. Most cases are labeled as “thrown to sea,” and therefore irretrievable. In Pacífico, the ocean becomes a memory that silently haunts the night of history.