Filmmaker Gonzalo Justiniano offers strong evidence of an emerging Chilean cinema with this enticing adaptation of Luis Alberto Acuna's novel "El Red." It takes place in a small fishing village on the coast of Chile where, as one character puts it, nothing ever really happens. That is, until the unexpected reappearance of town lothario Leyton (Juan Pablo Saez), whom the locals believe is guilty of betraying his best friend and fishing partner, Modesto (Luis Wigdorsky). With his wraparound shades covering a recently emptied eyesocket, Leyton is dragged into a local cantina, where he's granted the opportunity to explain himself over the bar's P.A. system; a crowd of an...