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Meeting Che Guevara & the Man from Maybury Hill (2003)

When an Irish woman stumbles across plans for a secret Martian invasion, her dream world turns upside down as she searches for the one man who can stop the "War of the Worlds" and bring peace to planet Earth, Che Guevara.

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When an Irish woman stumbles across plans for a secret Martian invasion, her dream world turns upside down as she searches for the one man who can stop the "War of the Worlds" and bring peace to planet Earth, Che Guevara.

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8 May 2003 (USA)  »

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An excellent film
2 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A tremendous cinematic effort. Rarely have I seen such a moving short film. Definitely among the best short films of the past few years. To really appreciate it, you need to see it multiple times. The Invisible Man is a very interesting touch.John Hurt is excellent in his role as the Man from Maybury hill. Kurt Scheils is a very realistic Che Guevara. I doubt that a better "Beth" could have been found than Fiona O'Shaugnessy. The choice of cast, the piano music and the black and white combine to make this film a very artistic experience. The use of archival footage of a Che Guevara interview in Ireland also adds to the experience. A must for any admirer of either Che or science fiction.


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