A Moment of Silence (Un Minuto de Silencio)

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Evo Morales, first indigenous President is elected in Bolivia after the 2003 dramatic events following the fall of the President Sanchez de Lozada and the socialist revolution enters in its crucial stage. But dealing with power carries a burden of temptations and pathologies. In five years of shooting between Bolivia and the US this film focus on the difficult path of this unique historical opportunity. The film also deals with the recent TIPNIS dramatic indigenous protest.

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Critic Reviews for A Moment of Silence (Un Minuto de Silencio)

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  • This ambitious documentary, by Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani, is largely pleasing to the eye, and it pays close attention to the eloquent activists at its core.

    May 19, 2016 | Full Review…
  • There's a juicy story in here, but Orgnani desiccates his narrative by relying on jargon-laden interviews with political wonks and dry intellectuals, presenting a byzantine account of the events with little context.

    May 18, 2016 | Full Review…

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