Chicago, IL : Facets Video, c2007.
1 videodisc (ca. 127 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
The films of Raymundo Gleyzer
Mexico, the frozen revolution: in English and Spanish with optional English or Spanish subtitled versions.
The land burns: in Portuguese with optional English or Spanish subtitled versions.
It happened in Hualfin: English voice over.
Title from container.
Mexico, the frozen revolution: director Raymundo Gleyzer ; producer, Bill Susman.
The land burns: writer/director/producer, Raymundo Gleyzer ; music, Victor Pronzato.
It happened in Hualfin: director, Raymundo Gleyzer ; music, Leda Valladares.
Mexico, the frozen revolution was originally released as a documentary motion picture in 1971.
The land burns was originally released as a documentary motion picture in 1964.
It happened in Hualfin was originally released as a documentary trilogy in 1966.
In Mexico, the frozen revolution, the director uses newsreel footage of Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata to connect the betrayal of the 1910 Mexican Revolution with the failure of revolution in his own time. He exposes the PRI, the party that governed Mexico for almost seventy years, as corrupt.
In The land burns, Raymundo Gleyzer exposes the inequities of land ownership in Brazil.
It happened in Hualfin is a trilogy of shorts that examine the generational cycle of poverty in Catamarca, Argentina.
Mexico, the frozen revolution = Mexico, la revolucion congelada (65 min.) -- The land burns = La tierro quema (12 min.) -- It happened in Hualfin = Ocurrido en Hualfin (50 min.).
Special features: scene selection; filmographies; production notes; authoring credits.
It happened in Hualfin.
Mexico, la revolucion congelada.
Ocurrido en Hualfin.
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