Chile, the Obstinate Memory Trailer

Chile, the Obstinate Memory Trailer (1997)

25 February 1997 Factual 59 mins

After decades of fascist rule in Chile, Patricio Guzman returns to his country to screen his documentary, Battle of Chile

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Cast

José Balmes

as Himself

Patricio Guzmán

as Narrator

Vincent Davy

as Narrator

Patricio Guzmán

as Narrator

Crew

International Titles

Chile, la memoria obstinada Trailer

Cile, la memoria ostinata Trailer

International Releases Dates

Canada 25 February 1997

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