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For the people of Chile, 1988 was a hugely significant year. For fifteen years their nation had been run by a military dictatorship, led by the ruthless General Augustus Pinochet. But under pressure from an unhappy population and foreign diplomats, a referendum was held to allow the Chilean people to determine whether Pinochet’s reign should continue. This Oscar-nominated drama tells the story of a simple but effective campaign, devised by innovative advertising executive René Saavedra, to oust Pinochet from power by persuading the country to vote ‘No’.
Poetic and deeply moving documentary about astronomy... and military dictatorship.
14+ years 94 mins
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14+ years 137 mins
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