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by Fernando Guzzoni


In Chile, people look to the future. They work, dream of success, lose themselves in shopping and saccharine soaps. They prefer not to think of the dictatorship of Pinochet, who drowned the country in fear from 1973 to 1990. Except, that is, for types like Alejandro. This shabby fifty-something worked in one of Pinochet’s torture prisons. Now he lives on the fringes of society, unable to reinvent himself. When one of his former colleagues commits suicide, this emotionally handicapped macho completely loses it. His wife and daughter leave him. His trusty yet noisy dog has to take the full force of his temper tantrums.

international title: Dog Flesh
original title: Carne de perro
country: Chile, France, Germany
sales agent: FiGa Films/Los Angeles
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Fernando Guzzoni
film run: 81'
release date: ES 12/07/2013, DE 03/03/2014
screenplay: Fernando Guzzoni
cast: Alejandro Goic, Amparo Noguera, María Gracia Omegna, Alfredo Castro, Sergio Hernández, Daniel Alcaíno
cinematography by: Bárbara Álvarez
film editing: Javier Estévez
art director: Bernardita Baeza
producer: Adrián Solar, Jacques Bidou, Gunter Hanfgarn
production: JBA Production, Hanfgarn & Ufer Filmproduktion, Ceneca Producciones/Chile
backing: Fondo de fomento Audiovisual/Chile, Fond Sud Cinéma, Groupama Gan Foundation, Cinéfondation - Cannes Film Festival/France, World cinema Fund/Germany
distributor: Wanda Visión, Déjà vu
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