El entusiasmo (1998)

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A man's enthusiasm turns into greed and causes trouble for his family.


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16 May 2016 | rotagen
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| The most underrated film of Chilean cinema
A simple story that ultimately exhibits the criminal betrayal of the coalition of government, Contertación, to their voters and against the principles that claimed to defend. A summary of accommodation of these subjects to the social and economic system inherited from the dictatorship. His failure to criticism can be explained by the ability to reproached the crime was being committed suited the owners of the media, and the low box office came that the public interest was only focused on the picaresque and melodrama . But it is a very good movie with great quality, a victim of his time, seen nearly 20 years after its premiere one never ceases to surprise and criticism of the country's political transition was censured.

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Release Date:

25 December 1998

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Chile, Spain, France

Filming Locations

Antofagasta Region, Chile

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