Nowhere (2002)

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In a country (alluded to be Chile) under dictatorship, a police night raid comes up with a few usual anti-regime suspects. They are sent to a camp in the middle of nowhere. Their friends on the outside start to plan their escape.

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17 August 2004 | drmarre
Boring
I think it's a boring movie, and it's not even funny. It's about a couple of lefties getting detained in Chile under the Pinochet regime, although the country seems to be fictitious. The movie is dedicated to all people who disappeared under Pinochet. (It's estimated about 3,000 people. To put it into perspective: In Argentina disappeared 30,000 during the military dictatorship)

The actors are bad, and I pity Harvey Keitel, this movie means a low point in his career. The story is boring, not much drama at all, the message to the audience remains fuzzy. To put it in a nutshell: A lousy movie.

Dr. M. , Chile (2004)

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