A little over ten years ago, the battle for control of Aleppo marked a turning point in the war in Syria: the reconquest of the city by the government of Bashar al Assad closed the phase of hope for the Syrian revolutionary experience. What is left of that dream of freedom? Who works to keep it alive? Could there be justice together with memory for the thousands of victims of the regime? And what has changed after the earthquake tore the veil of silence from what is happening in Syria?