April 13





Sergio is a Chilean spy. Sort of. At least, he is offered the role of one after a casting session organized by Detective Romulo, a private investigator who needs a credible mole to infiltrate a retirement home. Romulo’s client, the concerned daughter of a resident, suspects her mother is being abused and hires him to find out what is really happening.  However, Sergio is 83, not 007, and not an easy trainee when it comes to technology and spying techniques. But he is a keen student, looking for ways to distract himself after recently losing his wife. What could be a better distraction than some undercover spy action? While gathering intelligence, Sergio grows close to several residents and realizes that the menacing truth beneath the surface is not what anyone had suspected.

THE MOLE AGENT is an award-winning stylish combination of an observational documentary and a spy movie, with sleek camerawork and wonderfully watchable characters. It’s a unique meditation on compassion and loneliness that will infiltrate your heart and never let go.  

Directed by Maite Alberdi and produced by Marcela Santibañez, THE MOLE AGENT is the Chilean submission to the Academy Awards® 2021 for Best International Feature and is nominated for an Oscar® for Best Documentary Feature.  

Watch THE MOLE AGENT Trailer Here 


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