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It's one of those movies that give to speak. And furthermore, by which is based in a part of history, which is difficult to do, not just because everything is known and can not lie, but you have to put so much history in 1 ½ hours of film. by is that only focuses on the Crossing of the Andes. the interpretation San Martin by Rodrigo de la Serna is more than excellent. the sound section is a separate issue. Despite the lack of music (almost nonexistent in the course of the film) is filled in by the natural sounds, both the combat and the arid landscape that reflects the film. Ultimately, the film is done so bright background transcribing what he wants to show, personality of the greatest liberator in America and one of the most major military campaigns of human history.
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