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Raoul Ruiz – Mémoire des apparences AKA Life is a dream (1986)

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Memoire des Apparences is a highly unconventional, metafictional adaptation of Calderon de la Barca’s play Life is a Dream. Director Raul Ruiz combines the 17th-century Spanish drama, about a man raised in a prison who discovers he is his country’s rightful prince, with a modern-day story of Chilean political intrigue. During the violent, anti-Allende coup of the early 1970s, literature professor Ignaccio Vega is entrusted with memorizing a list of 15,000 resistance members. Read More »