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Chile, the Obstinate Memory (1997)
"Chile, la memoria obstinada" (original title)

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After decades of fascist rule in Chile, Patricio Guzman returns to his country to screen his documentary, Battle of Chile, which until the time of the filming was banned by authorities. His... See full summary »

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Patricio Guzmán ...
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Vincent Davy ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hortensia Allende ...
Herself (widow of Salvador Allende) (as Hortensia Bussi)
José Balmes ...
Himself (painter)
Carlos Flores del Pino ...
Himself (film-maker) (as Carlos Flores)
Ernesto Malbran ...
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Rodolfo Müller ...
Himself (father of Jorge Muller Silva)
Pablo Perelman ...
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Alvaro Undurraga ...
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Ignacio Valenzuela ...
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Carmen Vivanco ...
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After decades of fascist rule in Chile, Patricio Guzman returns to his country to screen his documentary, Battle of Chile, which until the time of the filming was banned by authorities. His audience, a new generation of Chileans who remember little of the revolution and ensuing coup reflect on their experience of watching the film after so many years of suppression. Written by Neal Grigsby <ngrigsby@uclink2.berkeley.edu>

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He's not a good propagandist.
15 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

This pseudo documentary is just passable, but not that interesting. The people interviewed do have a point of view and it is Leftist, but they simply are not convincing, compelling, or even entertaining.

One of the most damning statements the film included was the fact that very few had died to prevent a subjugation of a country's freedom; far fewer than ever in history. Actually, all of the students statements were more balanced than the protagonists' and the most honest part of the film.

It's a biased documentary, but there is some interesting historical footage that helps flesh out the conditions of the time.


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