In 2013, acclaimed Chilean director Pablo Larraín’s ‘Pinochet trilogy’ reached its pinnacle when No was nominated for an Academy Award. Larraín has vowed never to make another film on Chile’s darkest days but now, for the first time, all three acclaimed films will be released as part of one set. NO TO PINOCHET: THE PABLO LARRAÍN COLLECTION (18) is now available to own from 16 September 2013 courtesy of Network Releasing. The release coincides with the 40th anniversary of the coup that brought him to power.
This set includes films charting life in Chile at various stages of the Pinochet regime. Tony Manero is the tale of a Saturday Night Fever obsessed psychopath living under the regime at the height of its power. Post Mortem is set amidst the backdrop of the 1973 coup, No stars Gael García Bernal. In the arthouse hit of 2013 about the true story of the election campaign that brought democracy to Chile.
To celebrate the release, we have two copies of the DVD box-set fto give away. To be in the draw, all you need to do is answer the following question correctly by filling out the form below.
Q: In which country was actor Gael García Bernal born?
• United States
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