Creatoruna producción de Patricio Guzmán ; con la colaboración de Chris Marker, Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematigraficos (ICAIC), John D. and Katherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation ; versión actualizada, Luis Mutti, Sergio Perez, Molinare S.A. ; productor ejecutivo Patricio Guzmán ; jefe de producción, Federico Elton ; guión y dirección, Patricio Guzmán
La batalla de Chile : "On September 11, 1973, President Salvador Allende's democratically-elected Chilean government was overthrown in a bloody coup by General Augusto Pinochet's army. Patricio Guzmán and five colleagues had been filming the political developments in Chile throughout the nine months leading up to that day. The bombing of the Presidential Palace, during which Allende died, would now become the ending for Guzmán's seminal documentary ... [a] chronicle of that country's open and peaceful socialist revolution, and of the violent counter-revolution against it."--Container.
Chile, obstinate memory: "Long banned in Chile after Pinochet's coup, only in 1997 could Guzmán return to show The Battle of Chile there for the first time. [This film] is the ... record of that homecoming," and acts as a conclusion to the documentary. -- From container.
Disc 1: pt. 1. La insurrección de la burguesía = The insurrection of the bourgeoisie (96 min.) -- Disc 2: pt. 2. El golpe de estado = The coup d'etat (88 min) -- Disc 3: pt. 3. El poder popular = The power of the people (79 min) -- Disc 4: Chile, obstinate memory / a film by Patricio Guzmán ; a coproduction of Les Films d'Ici, the National Film Board of Canada and La Sept ARTE (sd., col. ; 1997, 57 min.)
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