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Rated NR · 52 minutes · 1998

Documentary

In this Canadian-French documentary, expatriate filmmaker Patricio Guzman returns to Chile, capturing memories of the Salvador Allende regime by interviewing bodyguards, secretaries and others who were close to Allende. Guzman gathers a group for an emotional reunion. Shown at the 1997 Toronto Film Festival.~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

Director: Patricio Guzman
Producer: Eric Michel and Yves Jeanneau
Cast: Patricio Guzmán and Vincent Davy

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