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Nae Pasaran has a profound emotional core.
If it's working-class heroes you're after, you're better off with Nae Pasaran, an unexpectedly moving documentary.
There are some unexpectedly moving moments in an understated film that gets much of its charm from the down-to-earth decency of the characters.
The journey to this point for Sierra speaks of the passion project that it is - and the film benefits hugely from his engagement with the emotional aspects of the story.
The film explores this modest act of rebellion in an admirably low-key way that emphasises the fundamental decency of the men who took a stand.
Sierra skilfully compiles archive footage of the coup and its aftermath, but doesn't fully explain how strategically important it was to ground the jets.
It's a good story well told, with an ending more moving than you'll expect even if you're a practised hanky-reacher in humane tales from the factory floor.
Modest, eloquent, informed and funny, the four are dream interviewees, able to recall in painstaking detail the events of the time.
Nae Pasaran is a highly emotive documentary that demonstrates the power of solidarity in democracy, while also showing that admissions of guilt are rare.
[A] heartfelt but slightly laboured documentary ...
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