Chile, 2008, 98 Minute Running Time
Additional Countries: Brazil
Program: Awards Buzz
Language: Spanish English Sub-Titles
Awards: Official Oscar Submission 2008, Best Foreign Language Film; FIPRESCI Winner
Set in 1978 Santiago, Chile during Pinochet's reign of terror, this disturbing film follows a psychotic petty criminal into the depths of his crazed obsession with John Travolta's character in Saturday Night Fever.
DIRECTOR: Pablo Larraín
Producer: Juan de Dios Larraín
Editor: Andrea Chignoli
Screenwriter: Pablo Larraín, Alfredo Castro, Mateo Iribarren
Cinematographer: Pablo Larraín, Sergio Amstrong
Principal Cast: Alfredo Castro, Amparo Noguera, Héctor Morales, Paola Lattus, Elsa Poblete
Filmography: Fuga (2006)
Print Source: Funny Balloons
Official Film Website
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