About the film
worker chile latin american history
Letters from Marusia
Release Date: December 26, 1975
|Slogan||:||«History has forgotten their names - The evidence has been erased... BUT THERE ARE THOSE WHO REMEMBER!»|
|Production Companies||:||P. C. Arturo Feliú, Conacine|
|Writers||:||Miguel Littín, Patricio Manns|
Chronicle of the repression that a foreign company exerts on the miners of a small nitrate town in Chile, whose workers decide to claim their most essential rights. A reflection of the historic union struggles in the northern Chile that ended with terrible repressive acts.