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Exiles

Synopsis

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A series featuring artists and writers who live and work in exile.
Raoul Ruiz
Chilean Film Director
In 1973 a military coup put an end to Salvador Allende 's
Marxist government in Chile. In the aftermath many film makers were arrested; the rest, including Raoul Ruiz , fled.
Ruiz rejects what he calls
'the whole mythology of exile - that for everything there is one place that is better than any other' and he enjoys the 'unstable' nature of the immigrant community where he has settled in Paris.
Ruiz says: 'it is a national sport in Chile to look for nonsense and paradox', and his strange and beautiful films reflect the fact that he is a joker of the most serious kind.
Camerman JOHN RHODES
Sound recordist CLIVE DERBYSHIRE Film editor ROBERT BROWN Executive producer DIANA LASHMORE
Director JILL EVANS

Contributors

Unknown: Salvador Allende
Unknown: Raoul Ruiz
Unknown: Camerman John Rhodes
Editor: Robert Brown
Producer: Diana Lashmore
Director: Jill Evans






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