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La toma de la embajada (2000)

The film starts from the time of the assault that a command of the guerrilla group M-19 performed at the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in BogotḠwhen celebrating the national holiday. ... See full summary »

Director:

Ciro Durán

Writer:

Ciro Durán
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Cast

Credited cast:
Demián Bichir ... Rosemberg Pabón, 'Comandante Uno' (as Demian Bichir)
Fabiana Medina Fabiana Medina ... Carmenza Londoño, 'La Chiqui'
Humberto Dorado Humberto Dorado ... Diego Asencio, Ambassador of the U.S.A.
Vicky Hernández Vicky Hernández ... María Elena Chassoul, Ambassador of Costa Rica
Manuel Busquets Manuel Busquets ... Angelo Acerbi, Papal nuncio
Bruno Bichir ... Ricardo Galán, Ambassador of Mexico
Andrea Quejuán Andrea Quejuán ... Estela
Andrea Guzmán Andrea Guzmán ... María
Susana Torres ... Vicky
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
José Luis Abadía José Luis Abadía
Erika Acosta Erika Acosta ... Renata
Marta Amaya Marta Amaya ... Emilia
Orlando Arenas Orlando Arenas ... Alfredo
Jaime Barbini Jaime Barbini ... Camilo Jiménez
Santiago Bejarano Santiago Bejarano ... Dr. Martínez
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Storyline

The film starts from the time of the assault that a command of the guerrilla group M-19 performed at the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in BogotḠwhen celebrating the national holiday. This are retained¸ many diplomats including the ambassador of the United States. Recreate the relationship between kidnappers and hostages¸ and negotiations with the government for his release. Written by Diego Alvarez

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Colombia | Mexico | Venezuela

Language:

Spanish | English

Release Date:

25 December 2000 (Colombia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bogotá, Colombia

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Goofs

The film suggests that the name of "La Chiqui" was Carmenza Londoño. Her real name was actually Natalia Arias Mendoza. See more »

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