Neruda
07, April 2018
12:00 pm – 1:47 pm
2018 Festival Films
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Neruda

Viewer discretion advised; not recommended for minors.

107 min.

Chile, 2016

Directed by Pablo Larraín

In Spanish with English subtitles

Popular poet and Communist Senator Pablo Neruda opposes the administration of President Gabriel González Videla and denounces his brutal anti-communist repression in a speech in the National Congress in 1948. Threatened with arrest by the detective Oscar Peluchonneau, he goes underground with his wife. Refusing to live the life of a fugitive, Neruda begins writing “Canto general” and becomes a symbol of freedom and a legendary figure. (www.filmaffinity.com)

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