Esteban Schroeder's Kill Them All, with Special Musical Performance
U.S. premiere. Introduced by Schroeder
Wednesday, November 14, 2007, 7:00 p.m.
Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1
Includes the following film:
Kill Them All
2007. Uruguay. Directed by Esteban Schroeder. With Roxana Blanco, Walter Reyno, María Izquierdo. Coproduction with Argentina and Chile. In this political thriller, a female Uruguayan prosecutor investigates the kidnapping of a Chilean chemist sought by the international courts as a witness against General Pinochet's government. The film has the immediate pull and urgency of real-world political intrigue, personal and familial betrayals, and dirty deals. A mature first feature with a social conscience and ambitious reach, augmented by Blanco's perfectly modulated portrayal of the doubts and determination of a woman in a man's world. [[web]]An encore screening of Kill Them All takes place on Saturday, November 24, with no musical performance or filmmaker introduction.[[endblock]] [[kiosk]]An encore screening of Kill Them All takes place on Saturday, November 24, with no musical performance or filmmaker introduction.[[endblock]] In Spanish; English subtitles. 100 min.
The U.S. premiere of Kill Them All is introduced by the director and preceded by a musical performance by Osvaldo Montes and band, who will perform selections of music from several of the films in the exhibition.
In the Film exhibition Iberoamérica: That's the Way We Are
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