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OCT 25 – Friday – 6:30pm | Mandela Auditorium, Global Education Center, UNC-CH

Special event: Duke professor Orin Starn and UNC-CH professor Miguel La Serna discuss their most recent book, The Shining Path: Love, madness and revolution in the Andes (2010). The discussion will be moderated by Peruvian scholar Pablo Celis-Castillo from Elon University. *

poster for All Can Fall

OCT 25 – Friday – 7pm | Mandela Auditorium, Global Education Center, UNC-CH

Dir. Eduardo Guillot. Peru. 2018. 98 min.

*Preceded at 6:30pm by special event: Duke professor Orin Starn and UNC-CH professor Miguel La Serna discuss their most recent book, The Shining Path: Love, madness and revolution in the Andes (2010). Following the film there will be discussion with Peruvian film scholar Pablo Celis-Castillo from Elon University. *

Vladimiro Montesinos, head of Peru’s secret police and former president Alberto Fujimori’s closest adviser, spun a tight web of illegal activities. That web began to untangle when a video showing Montesinos attempting to bribe a congressman became public. Based on lead prosecutor José Ugaz’s memoir, Eduardo Guillot’s fast-paced thriller depicts his investigation as a cat and mouse game between a wily political operative and a straight arrow determined to bring him down no matter the consequences.

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