Madeinusa Named one of the "Key Latin American Films of the (Last) Decade" by Sight & Sound, the 2006 Peruvian/Spanish coproduction is the debut feature of Claudia Llosa. Madeinusa is a 14-year-old Indian girl living in a Peruvian mountain village where a strange religious ritual takes place during Easter weekend. From 3 pm Good Friday until Easter morning, the villagers believe God is dead and sin does not exist. Thus they sin with abandon-drinking, stealing, carousing. And lusting.