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You know those films that turn up and shine a light on a pocket of world history that you kind of knew a tiny bit about before...?

Yes, like 'Argo' and the Iranian hostages. Or 'The Baader Meinhof Complex' and... the Baader Meinhof group.

It's Gael Garcia's finest hour, and that's saying something...

Now, it's the turn of Chile, and Pinochet's totalitarian regime, to get some big screen attention, in the form of 'No', which has been Oscar-nominated for Best Foreign Film. While this could have been a bleak look at the atrocities that went on during the General's era, instead it is completely engrossing and works like a high-class thriller, worthy of mention in the same breath as the films above. Why so?

Watch Huffpost UK's Exclusive Clip Of 'No' Above, Plus The Trailer Below...

Because, like those mentioned above, the filmmaker have cleverly concentrated »

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