Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Told on many levels, this film examines the human perspective on the events that led to the election of Marxist Salvador Allende as President of Chile. Among the many small dramas which make up the whole is the story of a Peace Corps volunteer whose loyalties are split between a local revolutionary and an American CIA-type man. This film was shot in both English and Spanish and seamlessly weaves together the work of its three directors.
Chile, CIA (Central-Intelligence-Agency), election, Peace-Corps, President