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Video: "No" starring Gael García Bernal


Stylist magazine presents a world exclusive clip of No, an award-winning film set during the Pinochet regime in 1980s Chile and starring Mexican actor Gael García Bernal.

García Bernal plays René Saavedra, an advertising executive who comes up with a campaign to end Pinochet's 15-year rule over Chile ahead of the country's 1988 referendum.

The movie, directed by Pablo Larraín, looks at how Chile's answer to Mad Men try to bring about change without resorting to violence and with only 15 minutes of TV exposure.

No was a huge hit at the Cannes and New York film festivals and is up for best foreign film at this year’s Oscars. Take a look at the clip, below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section or on Twitter.

No is out in UK cinemas on 8 February



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