The 2016 Cinema Mondays series, produced by the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation, presents the German film “Colony”. Screenings will be on Monday, June 13, at 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30 in the UdeC Theater. Entrance fee: $1,200 (general audience), $600 (students).
A photographer is kidnapped by the DINA (secret police) in Chile during Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship, and his life partner tracks him down to Colonia Dignidad, a community based in the south of the country which pretends to be a charitable mission ruled by a priest, actually hiding a torture center. With Emma Watson and Daniel Brühl, among others.
Director: Florian Gallenberger / Country: Germany / Duration: 110 minutes / For audiences over 14 years old.
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