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External links Category:Microsoft Category:Installation softwareIn the aftermath of his father’s presidential assassination, the sons of a South American dictator fled to the U.S. for political asylum. That’s the premise of the “How to Survive a Plague,” an upcoming Netflix documentary directed by Larry Clark and produced by Matthew Heineman, the Oscar-nominated director of “Cartel Land.” The film is based on the 2007 memoir by Chilean journalist Álvaro Saieh, who, as a young journalist in 1990, covered the political scandal that toppled his family’s rule. The younger Saieh was among the tens of thousands of leftists who fled Chile in 1980 after the Augusto Pinochet military coup, including his brother Pablo, who is seen in the film. The film opens as the brothers go to Washington to apply for political asylum in the United States in 1991. The film follows Pablo from the moment he arrives at the United States border crossing to the time he is granted asylum, including interviews with him and some members of his family in the first half of the film. In the second half, the brothers depart for California, where they live out the rest of their lives. Pablo became a writer and filmmaker, while Álvaro became a doctor in Chile and is now an author and filmmaker based in the U.S. Pablo Saieh recently spoke with Variety in an exclusive interview about the film. How is the film working? It’s been a little more than two months that we’ve been working. We’re in post-production and we’re trying to finish it. We’re almost done. I think we’re going to release in December. Were you involved in the decision to make the film about your family? No, I wasn’t. When I started, I didn’t know if it was going to be a film about my life, or just about my family, because I had a very hard time talking about my family. A lot of people talked to me about my family and I was a little bit scared. So, I was thinking about this other side of the story, but I didn’t know if it was going to be the entire story. “How to Survive a Plague” will not make light of