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Nicaragua 1979: Scenes from the Revolution

USA, 1979 (MIFF 1981)

Director: John Chapman

This film documents the revolution in Nicaragua from the general strike in June '79 through the victory two months later and the first 100 days of reconstruction. A moving and human picture of a people's struggle for liberation, and their goals for re¬building the country. Powerful and exclusive images of the fighting, historical background material and interviews with the Sandinista leaders

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