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The true story of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet calling for a referendum on his presidency in 1988 due to international pressure. R
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Release Date No Feb 15, 2013 Limited
Genres No : Art House & International,Drama


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User Count Like for No : 987
All Critics Ranting For No : 7.3
All Critics Count For No : 19
All Critics Percentage For No : 84 %

Actors For No

Gael García Bernal,Alfredo Castro,Antonia Zegers,Luis Gnecco,Marcial Tagle,Nestor Cantillana,Jaime Vadell,Pascal Montero

Review For No

Tense throughout, even for history-savvy auds, but still rich in the sort of Andean-soil-black humor that made Larrain's previous work so distinctive.
Leslie Felperin-Variety

"No" is an ugly looking movie - literally - for an ugly time. It's smeary, with little pictorial beauty or detail, but its anti-aesthetic is purposeful and, after your eyes stop hurting, watchable and persuasive.
Manohla Dargis-New York Times

A decisive transitional chapter in Chilean history yields an absorbing account of one country's unlikely route from oppression to democracy
David Rooney-Hollywood Reporter

Gael Garcia Bernal's television adman-turned-political-commercial-creator Rene Saavedra is such an ethically ambiguous protagonist that "No" falls completely flat as a piece of agitprop cinema.

Neatly combines political conflict with marketing satire to form a vivid look at the 1988 plebiscite that overthrew Chile's dictator Augusto Pinochet
Harvey S. Karten-Compuserve

"We have to find a product that's appealing to people!" says Garcia Bernal at one point. And that's just what Larraín's created with this Latin spin on Mad Men.
Neil Smith-Total Film

This battle and this triumph of an ad executive makes NO the first great film of 2013, and Bernal's performance the one that will be the hardest to outshine.
Brandon Judell-GreenCine

Director Pablo Larrain clearly wishes neither to sentimentalise the past, nor excoriate it with cynical satire; but this trepidation leaves his film feeling indecisive.
Hannah McGill-The List

This exquisitely assembled film, driven by Larrain's pin-sharp direction and Bernal's rousing performance, turns a potentially dry subject into something uproariously funny and massively involving.
Shaun Munro-What Culture

Last of a trilogy of films about Chilean politics, told through the story of an ad man using positive images to persuade voters to reject a dictator.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice

A singular biopic and a snapshot of a society renewed, No unaffectedly celebrates faith in democracy, and, surprisingly, truth in advertising.
R. Kurt Osenlund-Slant Magazine

Starring Gael Garcia Bernal, the third, fact-based panel in Larrain's political films about the Pinochet regime, is just as riveting as the previous ones.
Emanuel Levy-EmanuelLevy.Com

the story of how a fascist dictator was overthrown by dopey TV commercials
Jordan Hoffman-Badass Digest

A fascinating exercise in historical fill-in-the-blanks.
Eugene Novikov-Film Blather

Larraín has serious form, and his film is at once worthy, skilfully made and hugely entertaining.
Demetrios Matheou-Sight and Sound

The standout entry of the Directors' Fortnight sidebar and the closest thing to a masterpiece that I've seen so far here in Cannes.
David Fear-Time Out New York

Larrain's bizarre decision to make his film blend in with its extensive passages of archive footage by shooting in U-matic - the default TV production format of the 1980s - makes for an uncomfortable cinematic viewing experience.
Lee Marshall-Screen International

The film provides a fascinating history lesson in the guise of backstage drama, honeycombed with antique-looking TV commercials full of Lycra-clad dancers and gambolling mimes.
Xan Brooks-Guardian [UK]

A hearty celebration of hard-earned democracy spiked with just enough of the director's acidly crooked humor to remind us whose house we're in.
Guy Lodge-HitFix

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