Viewers from all over the world will be able to watch it because it will also be broadcasted on the Internet in the digital version of that media’, filmmaker Walter Uliano Pistelli told Prensa Latina.
The filmmaker explained that the work is made up of two feature films of 80 minutes each, the first under the title “Hijos de la Revolucion” (Children of the Revolution) and the second “Ser revolucionario” (Being a Revolutionary)’, he said in an exclusive interview to this news agency.
Descendant of a communist partisan who fought against Mussolini’s fascism in World War II, the filmmaker reiterated that the first part will be premiered this Saturday and a week later, at the same time, the second part will be broadcast by the same network.
The development of the film in the first part has a point of view more related to the human aspect, family, based on interviews with the sons of the guerrillas who died in Bolivia fighting alongside Che’, explained Pisteli.
He commented that they lived and grew up without the presence of a father, a factor that can mean a trauma on which they reflect with a lot of tenderness and humanism.