Designed as a political thriller, “Neruda” is an epic portrait of the life of Pablo Neruda in exile. In 1948, Pablo Neruda and risked his life, facing it directly on the corrupt president of Chile. But this courage cost him the place in the Senate, and then freedom, because the president ordered his arrest. Exiled poet is moved from place to place in Chile, and finally manages to cross the Andes, reaching Argentina. During his adventure fugitive, Neruda arrive in the south, where he had lived as a child. Experiences since then, first love, relationship with his father, lost memories of an absent mother, ancient rituals from the area, appear with great intensity in his poetry. These writings together with other fundamental books describe various episodes of Neruda’s life, experiences that have marked him forming him as a man and as a poet.