Documentary of the Chilean Social Unrest that follows two Chileans, on opposing sides of the political spectrum, experience a year of turmoil as protests give way to transformation.
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The LSESU Chile Society invites you to the screening of Breaking the Brick, documentary on the Chilean social unrest that will be premiering at the Sheffield Doc Fest 2022. We will later talk with the documentary directors, Carola Fuentes and Rafa Valdeavellano. LIMITED TICKETS.
In 2019, millions of Chileans rose up in a social unrest process that resulted in radical change: the call for an assembly that will change the Pinochet dictatorship's constitution and its economic liberal model, referred to as ‘The Brick’. This change is seen through the eyes of Ramiro, a wealthy businessman, and Mariana, a lower middle-class teacher. Historical conflicts that were long thought resolved come to light as the assembly process draws closer, showing how the wounds of a dictatorship are deep, lasting and must be reconciled.
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Place: LSE Central Building Auditorium
Date: June 29th, 2022
Time: Arrive at18:45 as screening will start at 19:00 sharp.
Director(s): Carola Fuentes, Rafa Valdeavellano
Duration: 86 mins
Executive producer(s): Carola Fuentes
Producer(s): Rafa Valdeavellano
Cinematography: Sebastián "Benito" Caro
Editing: Andrés Acevedo Vega
Sound: Rafael Valdeavellano
Subtitles: English Subtitles Throughout