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by Marc Evans


In 1865, 163 Welsh men, women, and children left Britain in search of land where they would prosper, where they would be free to develop their own culture and speak their own language. They landed in Patagonia, a region in the southernmost portion of South America, where a Welsh-speaking community survives to this day.

original title: Patagonia
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: The Little Film Company (US)
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Marc Evans
film run: 118'
screenplay: Marc Evans, Laurence Coriat
cast: Matthew Rhys, Marta Lubos, Nia Roberts, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Matthew Gravelle, Rhys Parry Jones, Duffy
cinematography by: Robbie Ryan
film editing: Mali Evans
art director: Marie Lanna
music: Joseph LoDuca
producer: Rebekah Gilbertson, Flora Fernandez-Marengo
production: Rainy Day Films
distributor: Verve Pictures
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