When his cross-dressing teenage son suffers a brutally violent attack, a mannequin-factory manager desperately seeks help and, when none can be found, is forced to take matters into his own hands. Based on a true story.


Alex Anwandter


Alex Anwandter
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergio Hernández ... Juan
Andrew Bargsted Andrew Bargsted ... Pablo
Jaime Leiva Jaime Leiva ... Félix
Roberto Cayuqueo ... Vendedor Distribuidora Maniquíes
Gabriela Hernández Gabriela Hernández ... Lucy
Astrid Roldán Astrid Roldán ... Mari
Edgardo Bruna Edgardo Bruna ... Bruno
Octavio Navarrete Octavio Navarrete ... Rodrigo
Felix Venegas Felix Venegas ... Nahuel
Camila Hirane Camila Hirane ... Supervisora Banco
Benjamin Westfall ... Martín
Randy Randy ... Drag Queen Galaxy
Cristián García Cristián García ... Joven en Discoteca
Ulises Aburto Ulises Aburto ... Abogado
Danae Smith Danae Smith ... Amante Martín


First feature film directed by Alex Anwandter. You'll never be alone tells the story of Juan, a withdrawn manager at a mannequin factory who after his teenage gay son suffers a violent attack, struggles between paying his son's exorbitant medical bills and his last attempt at becoming partners with his boss. As he runs into dead-ends and unexpected betrayals, he'll discover the world he knew was already waiting to be violent with him too.

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In 2019 Chile "exploded socially" ... Here is part of the explanation
26 April 2021 | by fabiog-26-358885See all my reviews

This movie goes beyond the LGBT issue. It is a dark look at the culture and the political system of current Chile. The one that leaves this family abandoned is the state, its extremely liberal capitalist system, the health insurers and their empty promises. Even people, increasingly individualistic, living only to work. Even her best friend abandoned Pablo, she ran away. Neighbors, family, are not present or are part of the problem. Pablo and his father are still denied the right to live, if he does not pay, if he is old. And it is also a homophobic society. This film is one of those that addresses the national trauma that affected Chile after the famous Zamudio case, but it does so in a broader way. It is useful to understand, a little better, the social outbreak of Chile at the end of 2019. I hope that a better Constitution will come out that guarantees better rights to the people in general and to minorities in particular (ethnic groups, sexual orientations, gender identity, etc.) .

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10 November 2016 (Chile) See more »

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