El Censor Trailer

El Censor Trailer (1995)

12 October 1995 Drama 110 mins

Close-up to the man who censored films during the military dictatorship in Argentina, slightly inspired by the infamous Miguel Paulino Tato.

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Argentina 12 October 1995

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