"Hora Chilena (Chilean Time) tells the story of Chilean refugees who escaped the torture and death of the brutal 1973 coup in Chile, and came to live in exile in Britain. Through humour and warmth the community of Chileans who settled in Cambridge tell their stories of struggle, loss and adapting to a different culture, through which we learn the importance of empanadas and parties and the compassion of the British people who received them. Without the help of Amnesty International and other sympathetic groups many of these individuals would not be alive today."
You can view a trailer for the film on the website for the project at http://www.horachilena.co.uk/
We hope we can share this great opportunity with as many people as possible, so hope you will be able to make our meeting on 18th June, from 7:30pm at the Charing Cross Centre in Norwich.
As always our monthly meetings are Free and Open to all, so please do come along, and share with friends and relations this great opportunity to view an amazing film.