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Che

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Director: Josh Evans

Cast: Eduardo Noriega, Sonia Braga, Enrico Lo Verso

 
Eduardo Noriega dons the beret of beloved Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara in this biopic from director Josh Evans. The leader of the socialist revolt that would shake the entire world, Guevara gave birth to a legacy that would inspire idealists and revolutionaries for years to come.

Overview

Eduardo Noriega dons the beret of beloved Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara in this biopic from director Josh Evans. The leader of the socialist revolt that would shake the entire world, Guevara gave birth to a legacy that would inspire idealists and revolutionaries for years to come.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/20/2008
UPC:
0014381492828
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
Image Entertainment
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:20:00
Sales rank:
85,462

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Che
1. Main Title [6:35]
2. Havana, 1960 [9:06]
3. One Foot in Front of the Other [10:49]
4. A True Revolution [12:05]
5. Temptation and Fear [21:00]
6. The Rebels Take Over [6:46]
7. Bolivia, 1967 [4:53]
8. Only a Man [2:48]
9. End Credits [5:42]

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Che 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
CHE as written, directed, and produced by Josh Evans is an amateurish attempt to present the life of one of the more interesting revolutionary figures of the 20th century - Ernesto 'Che' Guevarade la Serna, the Argentinean physician who searched for meaning in his view of the world and joined Fidel Castro in overthrowing the dictatorship of Cuba. Despite the presence of the fine actor Eduardo Noriega in the title role and Sonia Braga in a cameo role as Celia, Che's mother, the film is plagued by simplistic dialogue, lack of momentum, choppy editing, and a large cast that would have been a bit more credible had the film been shot in Spanish - the language of all of the actors. Josh Evans provides no insights as to the person of Che or his motivations, but instead relies on the viewer's knowledge of the period to provide the missing lapses in story line. And while many may feel that Che was the more important force in the idealism of the revolution than the leader Fidel Castro, it is doubtful that Castro was as tepid and uninspiring a figure as actor Enrico Lo Verso and the pathetic script make him appear. With the 'other CHE' of Steven Soderbergh with Benicio Del Toro and a stellar cast due for release soon, it is not surprising that this amateurish film was released direct to DVD. The story and the actors deserve better treatment. Grady Harp
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