This documentary catalogues largely non-violent images of the continuing internecine guerilla war, in which everyday tasks become part of the revolution and politically precocious children cry 'the last one's a fascist' as they race. It's all in accordance with FMLN hero Farabundo Marti's 1932 scheme for 'mass organisation in cities and countryside to establish an effective rearguard'. Sadly, the film is as valid but uninspiring as these words, and does little to revive deflected world interest in El Salvador.
'Ceró a la Izquierda' Film Collective
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