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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Reed, México insurgente / REED, INSURGENT MEXICO
It Happened Yesterday

In 1913, North American journalist John Reed crosses the Mexican border on his way to the Durango barracks of Pancho Villa supporter, General Urbina, where he stays for 18 months, gaining the confidence of the revolutionaries and eventually becoming actively involved in the fighting while sharing day-to-day life with the troops.
PAUL LEDUC Mexico City, 1942. A graduate in Architecture, he later turned to cinema, directing his first feature film, Reed: México insurgente, on the basis of a 1914 report by journalist John Reed about Pancho Villa and his revolution. The success of this work earned him the opportunity to continue making documentaries including Etnocidio, notas sobre el mezquital (1976), Historias prohibidas de Pulgarcito (1980), Complot Petróleo: La cabeza de la hidra (1981) and Frida, naturaleza viva (1984).
Paul Leduc
Juan Tovar, Paul Leduc
Alexis Grivas
Giovanni Korporaal, Rafael Castañedo
Claudio Obregón, Eduardo López Rojas, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Juan Angel Martínez
Running Time
105 m.
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