11 September 1973 in Santiago, President Salvador Allende of Chile died in the Moneda Palace, which was being bombed by the Armed Forces. This documentary reconstructs the history of that day. From dawn to mid-afternoon, the last day of Salvador Allende, with eyewitness accounts of those in his entourage. The chronology advances in pace with archival footage and remarkable sound archives allowing us to follow this power struggle as did perhaps the Chilean population, ears close up to their radio set.
Screening presented by the Nantes Association Culturelle Franco-Chilienne.