Mi Pais ImaginarioPatrizio Guzman
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Patricio Guzmán has sometimes been referred to as "the cinematic conscience of Chile": for more than 40 years he has documented the turbulent events in his native country. At the age of 81, he made a new documentary about the recent period, which for the first time gives the well-known filmmaker hope. He allows only women to speak, because they play a crucial role in the current revolution that started with protests in 2019. A fascinating, hopeful and passionate insight into an extraordinary country, with the central question: can Chile finally shake off the yoke of dictatorship?
This screening was listed with the wrong date in the printed flyer. The screening on Saturday, 25.03 will NOT take place, the screening of Friday 24.03 has been moved to 20.00 (Cinema ZED Vesalius)
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