DVD

La nación clandestina - The secret nation

Jorge SanjinesBolivia – 1989 – More information on this movie

CHF 19.90 / EUR 17.90

Jorge Sanjines is one of key figures in latin american cinema. He placed the world of the Aymara at the center of his work. In his key work, here restored by trigon-film and available for the first time as DVD, he created a subtly woven image, where time and space dissolve in favor of inner relationships. He moves freely between myths and reality, between the past and the present, according to the Indian culture, in which the boundaries of time are fluid, the concept of time is spatial.

trigon-film dvd-edition 384
Restored version
Language OV Spanish/Aymara Subitltles english, deutsch, français, español
Length 128 min. Format PAL, 1:1.78 - 16/9, color Sound DD 1.0 Age 16 Region code All regions
Bonus Booklet, Trailer

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