Şili'de Gizlice (Miguel Littin'in Serüveni)

by Gabriel García Márquez


Miguel Littin, a well-known film director permanently exiled from Pinochet's Chile, returns to his native country disguised as a Uruguayan public-relations agent. His purpose is to film Chile today, to record the "abominable silences" of his beloved country under siege.

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