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The second part of Steven Soderbergh's epic tale is about the efforts of the iconic revoluionary to repeat the success of the Cuban liberation struggle in the impoverished state of Bolivia. find out more...

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Since 1959 Fidel Castro has been both pariah and paragon, an icon for young 'revolutionaries' and fashion victims, a committed leader of his people, a symbol of evil and distrust to the American government and his legacy has been made as much by myth as by fact. In this documentary politico/filmmaker Oliver Stone chose 95 minutes from 30 hours of footage that he filmed while spending time with Castro. The film opens with a placard stating that any time during the shooting Castro was able to say find out more...
DANTON (1982)

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It's 1794 and Depardieu plays Danton the revolutionary, who returns to Paris from self-imposed exile confident in the peoples' support and that he can help bring peace to the revolutionary turmoil and stop The Terror. But first he must confront his former ally Robespierre, who is intent on victory and soon rounds up Danton and his followers, tries them before a revolutionary tribunal and dipatches them to the guillotine. Bye bye Danton. find out more...

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David Lean's epic romance set against the turbulant backdrop of the Russian revolution. One man's struggle for moral political and personal survival amidst the complex web of intrigue and tangled loyalties that accompanied the fall of the Tsar.

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I Am Cuba is an epic poem to Communist kitsch - a dramatic journey though the decadence of Batista Havana set against the grinding poverty and oppression of the Cuban people. find out more...

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Eleven-year-old Chava lives a hand-to-mouth existence with his destitute family in a shanty town caught in the middle of the Salvadorian civil war and he is old enough to be turned into a child soldier by the army.
Powerful, touching, charming and tragic 'Innocent Voices' is based on the experiences of co-screenwriter Oscar Torres and provides an emotional reminder of the terrible fates that the rich can force on the poor. find out more...

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A controversial version of the gospels in which the central conflict is seen in terms of political struggle and betrayal. Detailing the Jews' rebellion against the oppressive power of Rome, it elevates Barabbas to the status of a proto-Zionist nationalist leader, and the dynamics of the narrative are presented as the consequence of wide-ranging historical movements rather than in terms of individuals. When Jesus is born in Bethlehem there are some who recognize him as the future king of the J find out more...


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Godard's brilliant dialectical farce in which five Parisian students, members of a Maoist cell, discuss the implications of the Chinese Cultural Revolution and the chances of using terrorism to effect a similar upheaval in the West. Dazzlingly designed as a collage of slogans and poster images, it was criticised at the time for playing with politics. But Godard was well aware what he was doing and his film stands as a prophetic analysis of events of May 1968 in all their desperate sincerity and find out more...

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'Llaguno Bridge - Keys to a Massacre' is a revealing documentary by the Cuban filmmaker Angel Palacios following the events leading up to the 'Massacre at the Llaguno Bridge', prelude to the coup d'etat of April 2002. Palacios explores how the Venezuelan media twisted facts and news reality to blame the massacre on President Chavez and the Bolivarians. The film runs for one hour and 45 minutes and uses never before seen techniques to place the events of April 11th 2002 in their true chronologica find out more...

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Liam Neeson surpasses himself with his portrayal of the legendary Irish folk hero in this stirring historical drama. The controversial patriot's life, from his advent after the Easter Rising to his untimely death, is vividly depicted by a sterling cast in this passion-packed biopic. Excellent. find out more...