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Kill Them All (Matar a Todos)

Dir: Esteban Schroeder. Uruguay, Argentina, Chile. 2007. 97mins. In Kill Them All, Esteban Schroeder plumbs the unstable political landscape of fledgling democracies in the South America of the early '90s. His confident, dynamic investigation of the complicity of governments that succeeded the juntas in countries like his native Uruguay, Argentina, and Chile recalls the best of Costa-Gavras; that it focuses on the aftermath of the so-called dirty wars ...

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