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This documentary thriller is a quest between present and past. Join us as we examine the legacy of Salvador Allende, who died 40 years ago during the coup d'état led by General Pinochet with the support of the United States. Chile's first socialist president elected by universal suffrage committed suicide in his besieged palace. His proposals turned a world organized into two sealed blocks upside down.
But what remains of his project and his ideas? 40 years later, Salvador Allende's proposals have never seemed so relevant: education for all, limitation of “excessive profit” on private companies in key sectors, attention to food, local and quality. Today, these innovative ideas gain their full force in a context of globalization. Leading politicians, such as the French President, describe the lasting importance of Allende's proposals.
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