The first Marxist to be democratically elected president of a country in the Americas, Chilean statesman Salvador Allende's three-year term was marked by economic and social reforms, as well as a U.S.-backed coup that ultimately deposed him in 1973. Documentarian Patricio Guzmán examines Allende's life, politics, and the events leading up to his overthrow and subsequent suicide in this moving film. 100 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English, French, and Spanish; Subtitles: English; photo gallery. In English and French and Spanish with English subtitles.