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Colonia 2016

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A woman (Emma Watson) attempts to escape a evil, torturous cult run by a Nazi to rescue her boyfriend and overthrow a terrifying military regime. Inspired by shocking true events!

Starring:
Emma Watson, Daniel Bruhl, Michael Nyqvist
Runtime:
1 hour, 49 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Florian Gallenberger
Starring Emma Watson, Daniel Bruhl, Michael Nyqvist
Studio Majestic Filmproduktion;Iris Productions;Rat Pack Filmproduktion;Fred Films
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I was very surprised to see that this movie was available on Amazon as I was reading reviews on IMDB, this movie just released in theaters two days ago. This movie was fantastic and terrifying to thing that this cult actually exists in Chile. I highly recommend that if you don't have this movie in a theater near you that you rent it here at Amazon.
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Wow... a great movie which tells another true story that needed to be told. It is sad to think about so many victims of this tragedy. This movie kept me on the edge, all the way through it. Thank you and to the producers and most importantly the survivors, for sharing their story.
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Spent a Saturday afternoon engrossed in this new film, based on actual events. Difficult at times to watch I became invested & needed to know the fate of our leading characters. The film did a good job drawing me in during the first 15 minutes. I felt 18 years old again ... the music, the times were familiar. Loved the leading man (played by Daniel Bruhl), he reminded me of someone I knew back in the early '70s. Emma Watson in her leading role was wonderful & I got a real kick out of the Lufthansa pilot. Some of the other characters are bad apples, real villains, also handing in sturdy performances. The 2 hours went fast & all in all it was a very good film. I usually agree with the professional film critics on their reviews, however, in this case my rating is higher than theirs. I did not watch the film expecting a documentary or a movie where the political background & characters' histories were intricately studied. What I was hoping for was a well acted, intriguing storyline. My parents were taken into a forced labor camp when the Nazis invaded Europe so I know how they tried to crush the human spirit. What the people here in this film had to face at Colonia Dignidad, a cult-like 'prison', was a human rights nightmare & the few that escaped were very brave. Why the place was allowed to exist for so many years baffles the mind. I am glad I had the opportunity to be educated regarding these events & also gained insight into Chile and its political landscape at the time.When one finds themselves crying, smiling, cheering for the good guys & appreciating the chemistry between characters, all wrapped up in a visually appealing film (Chile is beautiful & the actors appealing) I'd say the production is a success. Don't put off seeing the movie. You'll be glad you did.
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One of the BEST movies I have seen in a long time. I had never heard of this cult camp before and it is horrifying that the Germans and others who had knowledge of this were not held responsible. From birth, the atrocities that the victims were forced to suffer through is unimaginable. Could I have done what Lina did? Sadly, I think I would not have been so brave.
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This was really good. Kept us on the edge of our bed. Good story and intense plot. We didn't think we would finish it once we started it, but after the first 20 minutes or so, we werr hooked. Cannot believe that most of the story actually took place. Humans.
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Good movie - says based on a true story, not sure how historically accurate it is or not. But great acting and definitely an interesting if fairly disturbing story. It's hard to think of what movie to compare this to. Basic plot is English airline stewardess visits her german boyfriend in Chile. he has gotten into supporting a Communist Revolution there - I think the time period is in the 60s. He gets rounded up when the revolution fails and sent out to be tortured at a facility that turns out to be some sort of Nazi/religious compound that provides weapons and torture "expertise" to the regime in Chile. The stewardess joins the group to help him escape.

I know, sound kind of crazy right? But interesting. And fairly nail biting gripping excitement toward the end.
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Engaging drama that hits the heart and blows the mind that this story was based on true events. I highly recommend watching this movie. Emma Watson does an award winning performance. The trailer doesn't even come close.
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The movie is about the fate of a young couple caught up in the U.S.-backed 1973 coup d'etat in Chile which replaced the socialist president Salvador Allende with the fascist dictator, General Augusto Pinochet. Secretly, President Nixon, with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's agreement, ordered the CIA to "make the economy scream" in Chile by deposing Allende and imposing neoliberal reforms onto the workers by means of dictatorship. Most people were caught by surprise and didn't know at the time what was going on and who was behind it, and wouldn't know for years. It was part of "Operation Condor," a plan by right-wing dictatorships in seven South American countries to eliminate their leftist (pro-labor) opponents, with U.S.-supplied technical and military support.The movie makers seem to assume that viewers are already familiar with the coup, so the majority of the movie happens at Colonia Dignidad and little or nothing is said about the fascist government after the young couple are arrested in Santiago by soldiers. Following their arrest at his apartment, the couple are taken at night to a stadium where a hooded snitch tells the soldiers which of the captives are Allende supporters (leftists). The young man, who had produced political posters for the Allende campaign, is selected, but his girlfriend is let go.Read more ›
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