On this week’s podcast, Chilean writer-director Dominga Sotomayor discusses Too Late to Die Young, which opens here at Film at Lincoln Center this weekend with an Opening Night reception and Q&As on Friday and Saturday.

Set in Chile in the year 1990, Too Late to Die Young is at once nostalgic and piercing, a portrait of a young woman—and a country—on the cusp of exhilarating and terrifying change. The film was an official selection at the 56th New York Film Festival, where Sotomayor joined producer Rodrigo Teixeira, and executive producer Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo for a Q&A.

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