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Synopsis

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In the Name of God (En nombre de Dios)
There is no reconciliation if it is not based on truth andjustice.
Not the words of a Marxist revolutionary, but of Archbishop Manuel Santos of Concepcion, responding to the harshness of the Pinochet regime in Chile.
With many forms of political dissent suppressed, the Roman Catholic Church in Chile has become a leading opponent of the Government. High-ranking clerics, once conservative figures in an increasingly secular society, are now outspoken political critics. The Church-run
Vicariate of Solidarity is the foremost human rights organisation in the country.
In the Name of God is an award-winning documentary by the Chilean director
Patricio Guzman. Made in 1986, it provides a unique view of the work of the Vicariate and the Church, and of the way these institutions have given
Chilean people a voice in their fight for democracy. Film cameraman GERMAN MALIG Film editor LUCIANO HERRIATUA Director PATRICIO GUZMAN
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
0 INFO: page 76

Contributors

Unknown: Manuel Santos
Unknown: Patricio Guzman.
Editor: Luciano Herriatua
Director: Patricio Guzman
Editor: Jane Drabble






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