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El viento sabe que vuelvo a casa (2016)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 26 April 2017 (USA)
Chilean documentary maker Ignacio Aguero is working on his first long feature fiction film based on an old documentary project in an island in Chiloé.
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Chilean documentary maker Ignacio Aguero is working on his first long feature fiction film based on an old documentary project in an island in Chiloé.

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fascinating film
5 May 2017 | by tsimshotsuiSee all my reviews

While the casting 'story line' could certainly have benefited well from some kind of climax or conclusion, this documentary by Jose Luis Torres Leiva is a beautiful exploration of the island of Chiloe. Its inhabitants' daily lives, the social divide and love stories, the island's history will keep you engaged throughout the film.

My personal favorite was this semi-metafictional flavor added with the film this 'director' says he's about to do and the auditions for this movie (that I still don't know for certain if it's real). There is something about the lead repeating the story that made me wonder whether it would turn out that it was about him. And that added mystery.


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26 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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The Wind Knows That I'm Coming See more »

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Globo Rojo Films See more »
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