Letters from Marusia (1975)

  |  Drama, History


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It is 1925 and working conditions in Chile are abysmal. The miners of Marusia go on strike, but the mine owners and the Government use the Chilean Army crush them.


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9 June 2003 | Ostomedo2
The life and death of saltpetre Chilean workers.
This is only film who shows how terrible was life during "The saltpetre age" (1880-1929) for working class in Chile. All the attempts to create worker unions were crushed by violence. Maybe the script show too bad the baddies and too good the good guys, but all these terrible carnages actually took place in some mines. Recommended for those who want to learn about a dark side of our History.

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Release Date:

11 July 1985

Language

Spanish, English


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Alvarado, Veracruz, Mexico

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