Chilean director Pablo Larrain caps a trilogy of movies concerning the Pinochet dictatorship (under which he was born and broughtup) with a deceptively upbeat account of the 1988 plebiscite that effectively ended military rule and the role TV advertising campaign played in the campaign—it’s a parable with an edge.

Opens in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, February 15, with other cities to follow.

Category: Film
Angelika Film Center
18 West Houston St.,
New York, NY