With the pandemic still ongoing, many are stuck at home and doing the best they can to stay healthy and away from a COVID-19 infection.

Travel plans were cancelled and dinner-outs with friends and family have been limited with the new situation presented before the public.

This might be the perfect time to explore new movies and documentaries that might pique your interest. Start ticking off the things in your list and add new ones to keep you and your family entertained while cooped up in the comfort of your homes.

Here are some Latino and Latin American movies and documentaries from NBC News' list:

La Llorona

The Latin American folk tale La Llorona has been around for so long that many movies decided to make an adaptation of it.

The folk tale La Llorona was about a grieving mother who was abandoned by her husband and decided to drown her children in her desperation. The grieving mother's spirit wanders crying in regret.

Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante was among the many who created a reimagination of the story.

Bustamante's version tells the story of the genocide against Indigenous Guatemalans in the 1980s by the right-wing military junta.

The director had cast the country as the mother who cries for her missing children, haunting one retired war criminal who is paranoid enough to believe that an angry supernatural force is haunting him.

Bustamante's La Llorona was featured at the Guadalajara Film Festival on Dec. 19. It was also Guatemala's official Oscar entry for best international feature film.

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Cancion Sin Nombre or Song Without A Name

Cancion Sin Nombre or Song Without A Name is a Peruvian drama directed by Melina León.

It tells the story of Georgina Condor who is a pregnant Andean peasant woman living in a wooden shack in a shanty town. She was then lured by a radio advertisement promising free medical assistance for her pregnancy.

She gives birth to her baby to a downtown clinic, where a staff takes her newborn baby girl away for said routine checks. However, her newborn daughter was never returned to her.

The film was initially released in theaters on May 16, 2019.

Song Without A Name was partially based on a true story of a trafficking ring that smuggled dozens of Peruvian children abroad to sell to European and American couples, as reported by Hollywood Reporter.

Érase una Vez en Venezuela or Once Upon a Time in Venezuela

Once Upon a Time in Valenzuela presents the country's brutal decline, as well as its complicated current political and social climate through the community of Congo Mirador.

It is the first Venezuelan film to be shown at Sundance. This was also the country's submitted entry for best international feature film at Academy Awards.

The Infiltrators

The Infiltrators is a docu-thriller centered on the true story of young immigrants who are detained by Border Patrol to spy a for-profit detention center, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

The docu-thriller was initially released on May 29, 2020 and was directed by Christina Ibarra and Alex Rivera.

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