“Pacto de Fuga” (Jailbreak Pact) is based on a true story of a group of political prisoners who were incarcerated in the High Security Prison during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet in Chile. The film follows the story of Mauricio Hernandez, a young lawyer, who devises a plan to dig a tunnel from the prison to the outside world. With the help of his fellow prisoners, they embark on a dangerous journey to escape from the prison.
“Pacto de Fuga” is a gripping and intense film that manages to capture the horrors of the Pinochet regime and the bravery of those who fought against it. The film does an excellent job of building tension and creating a sense of claustrophobia as the prisoners work their way through the narrow tunnel.
The characters are well-developed, and the performances are excellent, particularly from Benjamín Vicuña, who plays the lead role of Mauricio Hernandez. The film also explores the complex relationships between the prisoners and the sacrifices they make for each other.
One of the most impressive aspects of the film is its attention to detail, as the filmmakers went to great lengths to recreate the prison and the conditions the prisoners were subjected to. The cinematography is also impressive, with the dark and oppressive atmosphere of the prison perfectly captured on screen.
Overall, “Pacto de Fuga” is a powerful and moving film that tells an important story about the fight for freedom and justice. It is a must-watch for anyone interested in history, politics, or just a thrilling escape story.
|Guion||Cecilia Ruz (Guion Original)
|Música||Juan Cristóbal Meza|
|Fotografía||Jorge González Vásquez,ACC|