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Tyrants Will Rise From My Tomb, Chile

Filmed in 1987, this documentary probes why, after 50 years of democratic government, Chile now has a military dictatorship. Includes historical footage of an interview with former President Allende and a contemporary interview with the country's dictator, President Pinochet. 1986. 30 min.

Unfinished Diary (Journal Inacheve)

Chilean emigre Marilu Mallet struggles to make a film about her experience of profound isolation. Her English speaking husband, a prominent filmmaker, criticizes her subjective approach to filmmaking. Interviews with Isabel Allende and other Chilean exiles reveal a deep bond in this film about language and gender, exile and immigration. 1982. 55 min.