Bolivar Soy Yo (Bolivar Is Me)

2002

Bolivar Soy Yo (Bolivar Is Me)

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Director Jorge Ali Triana attacks political corruption and historical accuracy in entertainment in his satirical 2002 film Bolivar Is Me. Actor Santiago Miranda (Robinson Diaz) is cast in a Latin American television miniseries chronicling the legendary revolutionary Simon Bolivar's life. The hyper-sensitive actor -- whose mental well-being was already questionable -- snaps when forced to perform a revisionist version of Santiago's death. As the actor angrily leaves the set, he also takes leave of his senses and believes himself to actually be Bolivar. Furthermore, he assumes Bolivar's mission to unite Latin America -- which shocks his producers and provides a rather unexpected opportunity for the local political leaders. Bolivar Is Me was viewed at the 2002 Los Angeles Latino Film Festival.

Cast

Robinson Díaz
as Simón Bolívar/Santiago Miranda
Amparo Grisales
as Alejandra Barberini/Manuela Sáenz
Jairo Camargo
as Presidente de Colombia
Fanny Mikey
as Productor de Televisión
Gustavo Angarita
as Psiquiatra
María Eugenia Dávila
as Madre de Simón Bolívar
Carlos Barbosa Romero
as Ministro de Defensa
Alejandra Borrero
as Vice Presidente
Santiago Bejarano
as Director de Televisión
Ana Soler
as Maquillista
Álvaro Rodríguez
as Commandante, Parmenio, E.P.R
Diego Vélez
as Guardia
Victoria Valencia
as Tania, E.P.R. Guerrillera
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