The Settlers (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 20 Dec 2023
  • Country: Chile, Argentina, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Germany, Sweden, France, Denmark
  • Adwords: 7 wins & 12 nominations
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p, 1080p
  • Language: Spanish, English
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Crime, Drama, History
  • Runtime: 97 min
  • Writer: Antonia Girardi, Felipe Gálvez Haberle, Mariano Llinás
  • Director: Felipe Gálvez Haberle
  • Cast: Sam Spruell, Mark Stanley, Benjamin Westfall
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The Settlers Storyline

In 1893, Segundo, a Chilean mestizo; MacLennan, an English army captain; and Bill, an American mercenary; embark on an expedition on horseback to delimit and reclaim the lands that the State has granted to José Menéndez. What appears to be an administrative expedition turns into a violent hunt for Onas, the natives of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago.

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The Settlers Movie Reviews

Visual spectacle but with a script that falls flat

The Settlers is an aesthetically gorgeous looking movie with beautiful camerawork, colorful production, and interesting themes about colonialism and the brutality between people. Unfortunately, despite the good intentions of what the filmmaker is seeking, the movie doesn’t offer anything new with it’s themes and struggles with a lacking narrative.

The production and colorful aspects help set the tone and environment and the soundtrack and sound designs are good. The narrative tries to bring some interesting territories but the underdeveloped characters and cartoonish violence and style causes the movie to feel quite off. The performances are a mix of some pretty good and some pretty bad. The performances from the Chilean actors were pretty good but the performances from the English characters are pretty poor with some being a bit laughable.

The direction is solid. There have been movies that have explored the issues of colonialism but unfortunately The Settlers didn’t really offer anything special or new to the table. I was quite disappointing to say.

A masterpiece.

I’ve watched it at the Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland. In my opinion it’s a masterpiece. Though it makes for a bleak and depressing viewing, as it demontrates the cynicism, barbaric cruelty and racism of the white colonizers towards the indigenous inhabitants of Patagonia at the end of the 19th century, it certainly is worth your time and the price of a cinema admission. I recommend watching it in a cinema, because it looks and sounds superbly. In fact every aspect of the filmmaking craft is excellent here: the direction, the script, acting, music and cinematography. Worth mentioning is the participation of the British ex-soldiers and a Texan in those events, it allows the film to indicate that the barbarity and greed demonstrated in Chile weren’t something exceptional and peculiar but rather commonplace, similar atrocities were committed against the indigenous people in North America and by the British throughout their colonial empire.

A very hard watch

Watching The Settlers is a grueling, almost physical challenge. Some of the scenes are so disturbing, and presented with such unflinching realism, that it is impossible not to look away at times.

The presentation of the horror of the genocide in Chile, and the appalling treatment of the indigenous people, at the turn of the last century is depicted in a way that is moving in a all of the ways that Killing of the Flower Amon wanted to be (and simply wasn’t).

All of the performances are fantastic, especially the Indian natives, whose traumatized and quiet demeanors seems to drive home the atrocities being inflicted on them.

The Horror!