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Evita, quien quiera oír que oiga (1983)

First film by Eduardo Mignogna that shows us Eva Perón (Flavia Palmiero), an adolescent who leaves her hometown and embarks on a train trip to Buenos Aires. The film connects fragments of ... See full summary »

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Jack Anderson ... Interviewee
Norma Anniutti
Verónica Bruno
Silvina Bullrich ... Interviewee
Fermin Chavez ... Interviewee
Carlos de la Rosch
José Pablo Feinmann ... Interviewee
Félix Luna ... Interviewee
Arturo Mathov ... Interviewee
Alejandra Moroco
Litto Nebbia ... Interviewee
Flavia Palmiero ... Eva Perón
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel
Jorge Abelardo Ramos ... Interviewee
Cipriano Reyes ... Interviewee
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First film by Eduardo Mignogna that shows us Eva Perón (Flavia Palmiero), an adolescent who leaves her hometown and embarks on a train trip to Buenos Aires. The film connects fragments of this journey with archive material from the 40s and 50s, along with interviews with the camera of different personalities who met Eva Perón.

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The life of an ambitious woman
27 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Evita, quien quiera oír que oiga (Evita, they who want to listen let them listen) is a documentary about Eva Perón, "Evita" (the title refers to one of her speeches). Born out of wedlock in 1919 in Los Toldos, a small town lost in the great plains of Buenos Aires Province, she grew up in genteel poverty in nearby Junín. She moved to Buenos Aires in 1934 and became a radio and theater actress, later a movie actress (the curious can find her movies in You Tube). In January 1944 she met Juan Domingo Perón and married him in 1945; in 1946 he became President of Argentina. Evita became much more that a mere First Lady; she was one of the most famous and powerful women in history.

The documentary consists of interviews with people that knew her and with historians, writers and journalists (among them the American Jack Anderson). This is combined with newsreel footage and episodes from Evita's infancy, adolescence and early career reenacted by actress Flavia Palmiero.

This is the first film credited to director Eduardo Mignogna. He went on to direct some of the best Argentine movies of the last two decades, among them Sol de Otoño (Autumn Sun, 1996), El Faro (The LIghthouse, 1998) and Cleopatra (2003). All are available in the rental services.


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