TONIGHT: Film Screening – Cruel Separation
Cruel Separation is the award-winning story of General Pinochet’s American backed military coup in Chile in 1973, told through the eyes of four women who lived through it and narrated by Donald Sutherland.
Friday 23rd September in Kilburn.
Plus Q&A with Director, Sarah Boston
The film covers the coup from different perspectives and how the four women survived, picked up their lives afterwards and carried on in exile and back in Chile, to tell their stories of love and loss.
- Joyce Horman, whose story was made internationally famous in Costa-Gavras Oscar-winning film “Missing”;
- Hortensia Bussi de Allende – wife of deposed President Salvador Allende;
- Joan Jara English wife of Chilean political singer songwriter, Victor Jara.
Winner of the International Documentary Award 2006 (Vina del Mar Film Festival Chile) and the Melhor Longa Documentario (Cinesul 2007 Brazil)
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