Nahuel Pan is an Argentine Mapuche Indian. At the start of the movie his community is being forcibly relocated from a miserable reservation to an even worse spot. The long trip of the title is to Buenos Aires, where Nahuel Pan expects to explain to the President the plight of his community.
Unfortunately, the script (and direction) are overly dramatic and declamatory, bordering the soap opera. Nahuel Pan's naiveté is exaggerated to the point of absurdity and too much time is given a side plot with dubious connections to the main subject. At the end, we don't know any more about the problems of Argentine Indians that we knew at the beginning. This theme deserves a better treatment.
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