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The Lost Republic (1983)

La república perdida (original title)
A history of Argentina's half century of coups and military governments.

Director:

Miguel Pérez

Writer:

Luis Gregorich
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A history of Argentina's half century of coups and military governments.

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Followed by The Lost Republic II (1986) See more »

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Excellent documentary of the political history of Argentina of the XXth century.
16 September 2007 | by javier-69See all my reviews

This very moving documentary, is a "must see" for any Argentinian, or anybody interested in the history of this nation. It was made upon the recovery of democracy in 1983, mainly with the filmic records of the Argentine Congress, and intends to show the Argentine politic events from the military coup of 1930 until 1976's dictatorship. It is amazing the fact that generations change, but political groups (political, economical, social, religious or military groups), tend to always have the same interests, behave and react in a similar way, and never ever learn from the past. This certainly leaves the viewer with a sensation of loss.


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Country:

Argentina

Language:

Spanish

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1 September 1983 (Argentina) See more »

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