***** The Times       **** Little White Lies       **** Empire       **** Total Film       **** The Guardian

“Brilliant” Independent     “Excellent” Mail on Sunday      “A brilliant study of Pinochet era politics” The Observer

OSCAR-nominated in this year’s ‘Best Foreign Film’ category’, NO (15) stars Gael Garcia Bernal (The Motorcyle Diaries, Y Tu Mama Tambien) in the true story about one of the most unlikely outcomes in world history. With only 15 minutes of TV exposure in the early hours of the morning, how did a small team of media executives opposing Pinochet’s regime manage to remove the Chilean dictator from power? NO will be available to rent and own on DVD, iTunes and the Curzon’s Home Cinema online shop ‘On Demand’ from 17 June, courtesy of Network Releasing, DVD RRP £19.99, iTunes and Curzon ‘On Demand’ from £9.99.

Bernal plays cynical young advertising executive Rene Saavedra who is asked to spearhead the ‘No’ campaign for those opposing the Pinochet regime to bring democracy to Chile. With scant resources, constant scrutiny from individuals sympathetic to Pinochet’s totalitarian regime including ad agency colleagues and the secret police, this bold and enthralling film looks at how a team of Chile’s “Mad Men” and opponents of the dictatorial regime instigated change. Seamlessly blending scripted scenes with archive footage, NO is a compelling period piece which made it one of the most talked about films of 2013 and the first major arthouse hit of the year.  

Other cast members include Alfredo Castro, who also starred in the films directed by Pablo Larrain Tony Manero and Post Mortem. NO concludes Larrain’s trilogy of films on Pinochet.

Special features include:

  • Interview with Pablo Larrain
  • 56th BFI London Film Festival Says “Yes” to NO - Q&A with Pablo Larrain
  • In conversation with Gael Garcia Bernal and Eugenio Garcia (at Curzon, Soho)
  • “No” to impunity interview for Amnesty International UK with Mariella Frostrup and Gael Garcia Bernal
  • Image Gallery

For more information on the film visit



NO (15) is a Network Releasing title

Release Date: 17 June 2013

DVD RRP: £19.99

iTunes costs:    HD £13.99 to own, £3.49 to rent

SD £9.99 to own, £2.49 to rent

Disc: 1

Running Time: 113 minutes approx.

Screen Ratio: 1:85:1

Cat. No: 7953827

For further information please contact:

Sabina Maharjan or Luciano Chelotti

Network Releasing, Unit 19-20 Berghem Mews, Blythe Road, London W14 0HN

Tel: 0207 605 4424, 0206 605 4422



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