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Pinochet's Children
In 1973, when General Augusto Pinochet seized power in Chile in a bloody, U.S.-backed coup, Alejandro Goic, Enrique Paris, and Carolina Toha were children. Thirty years later, their friend, filmmaker Paula Rodriguez, interviewed the three about their experiences from the time of the coup through Pinochet's arrest in England in 1998 and his subsequent return, in disgrace, to Chile. Both Paris and Toha's fathers were part of Salvador Allende's government, murdered by the new regime. While Goic remained in the country as a Socialist student activist, Paris and Toha were taken out of… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Aiming beyond political record of a time and place, 'Pinochet's Children' is really of all sons' and daughters' time and place."
‑ Donald J. Levit, ReelTalk Movie Reviews
"The main problem with the documentary is that it doesn't tell a story. Its four protagonists speak only in retrospective generalities."
‑ Joshua Tanzer, Offoffoff
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