The 2016 Cinema Mondays series, produced by the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation, presents the Chilean film “Neruda”. Screenings will be on Monday, November 14, at 15:00, 19:00 and 21:30 in the UdeC Theater. Entrance fee: $1,200 (general audience), $600 (students).
In 1948, senator and poet Pablo Neruda charges the Chilean government with betraying the Communists. President Gabriel González Videla impeaches him and outlaws his party with what is known as “La Ley Maldita” [“The Damned Law”]. The poet flees the country with his wife. As he is pursued by a police chief, Neruda starts writing “Canto general” and becomes a symbol of freedom and a literary legend. With Luis Gnecco and Gael García Bernal.
Director: Pablo Larraín / Country: Chile / Duration: 107 minutes / For audiences over 14 years old.
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