Winner of the Berlin Silver Bear for Best Script 2015.
After the acclaimed 'Nostalgia for the Light' (2010), Patricio Guzmán explores the relationship between the indigenous peoples of Chile's past and the victims of Pinochet's regime, with its waterways and the ocean than runs the length of the country's western border. It's an emotionally engaging, visually rich exploration of nature and human history.
Using both archival images and gorgeous new footage, 'The Pearl Button' is a gripping tale of our modern world.
✮✮✮✮ "Guzmán’s reputation as one of the great documentarians will only be enhanced by The Pearl Button. It really is intelligent, magnificent film-making." - Andrew Pulver, The Guardian