In 1997 the body of Che Guevara was unearthed under a runway in Bolivia. With this discovery the last mystery of his life and death seemed to be resolved. Untill it became apparent that his hands were missing.

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In 1997 the body of Che Guevara was unearthed under a runway in Bolivia. With this discovery the last mystery of his life and death seemed to be resolved. Untill it became apparent that his hands were missing.

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A brilliant and sincere documentary!
1 September 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

A brilliant and sincere documentary! "The hands of Che Guevara" is a history told through the memories of the people who where part of it. Through the eyes of the different protagonist the clandestine story of the severed hand of Che Guevara is told. In principle the stories are coherent. They fit together like beads on an necklace. Slowly however, small inconsistencies start to appear. The beauty of this film is that the filmmaker lets this inconsistencies be. It appears that all of the testimonies do contain elements of truth, but as it is with memories, they can play tricks. In the end, it is up to the viewer to create his own version of the truth. Beautifully done!


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