Little White Dove
Little White Dove (Spanish: Palomita blanca) is a 1973 Chilean dramedy film directed by Raúl Ruiz. It is loosely based on the bestselling 1971 novel Palomita Blanca by Enrique Lafourcade. As a result of the 1973 Chilean coup d'état and military dictatorship (1973–1990), the film was presumed lost for many years and not released until 1992.
|Little White Dove|
|Directed by||Raúl Ruiz|
|Written by||Enrique Lafourcade|
|Music by||Los Jaivas|
|Edited by||Carlos Piaggio|
- Beatriz Lapido as María
- Rodrigo Ureta as Juan Carlos
- Bélgica Castro as María's godmother
- Luis Alarcón as María's stepfather
- Manuel Aranguiz
- Maria Castiglione as María's mother
- Mónica Echeverría as Juan Carlos' mother
- Marcial Edwards as Cristián, Juan Carlos' brother
- Felisa González as Telma
- Javier Maldonado
- Rodrigo Maturana as María's schoolteacher
- Waldo Rojas
- López-Vicuña, Ignacio (2017); "Raúl Ruiz's 'lost' Chilean film: Memory and multiplicity in Palomita blanca (1973)" in Ignacio López-Vicuña, Andreea Marinescu (eds.) Raúl Ruiz's Cinema of Inquiry, Wayne State University Press, pp. 159–176.
- "Le Cinéma de Raoul Ruiz: Palomita blanca". lecinemaderaoulruiz.com. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
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