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End of a Revolution

UK, 1967 (MIFF 1969, Programme 12)

Director: Brian Moser

When Che Guevara's body was found dead in the, mountains of Bolivia and later exposed to public view. the world took another unexpected lurch into a new era. This is a piece of reportage, mainly recording the trial of Regis Debray, with its interruptions from the spectators. Debray is interviewed before his trial, and the background of the film attempts to describe the indescribable poverty in Bolivia.

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