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Høsten 2007 startet Venezuelas president Hugo Chávez sin kampanje for å få endret grunnloven til blant annet å tillate ubegrenset gjenvalg av presidenten. Gjennom TV-klipp og egen tett tilstedeværelse følger denne dokumentaren tiden fram mot folkeavstemningen, og viser hvilket enormt engasjement saken skapte hos både Chávez' sympatisører og motstanderne i studentmiljøene. På siden av konflikten står familiemoren Liliana, en av de hundretusener i Caracas' slummer, som mot løfter om en statlig leilighet støtter presidenten i hans søken etter stadig mer makt. rfa

 

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Hugo Chavez: Populistisk bevaring av makten?

Søndag 11. oktober 18:30 Vika 2
Etter filmen: Hugo Rey. Regissert av: Franco De Pena, Polen/Venezuela, 2009, 47 min

Siden 2007 har Venezuelas President Hugo Chavez blitt oppfattet som konstant søkende etter absolutt makt, via forandringer av landets forfatning og et økende populistisk handlingsmønster. Mens hans tilhengere hevder at de gjennomgripende forandringene i samfunnet har gjort ting bedre, synes bevismateriale fra favelaene å tyde på noe annet. Er han en totalitær demagog eller en ekte leder for venstresiden? Våre inviterte gjester har grunnleggende motstridende synspunkter om saken.

Med: Franco da Pena: regissør av Hugo Rey, og Richard Gott: forfatter av blant annet boken Chavez and the Bolvarian Revolution
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Despite a cheap video quality image, quite a deep movie, following a dignified mother struggling for survival in a slum. Easy for Chavez's populism to get a vote in exchange of a flat that never comes. Important insight into Venezuela, without jugment about the complexity of such a country and the way individuals try to get to the end of each day alive.
Sebalbion / 9. okt 2009 kl. 23:38

A not very impressive documentary that is clearly but manipulatively slanted in favour of the opposition. (Clearly only to those who follow Venezuela closely - others might be deceived.)

We see chavistas attacking Yon, the leader of the student opposition, and his sympathisers. What we don't see or hear anything about, is the many acts of violence and hazing that students on Yon's side have perpetrated against chavista students.

This documentary is far more skewed politically than any Michael Moore film. This is not a film anyone really interested and educated in politics need to see - it's more for those who are interested in more skills within media manipulation, perhaps.

Personally, I don't regret seeing it, as I want to see everything to do with Venezuela, that has at least some quality about it, but word of warning: The film is much shorter than stated in the program. It runs for only about 50 minutes, not 64.
Tonymanero / 12. okt 2009 kl. 03:11

Technically a really poor movie, very right wind, and out of reality. It doesnt show that most of the ppl in the shantytowns are getting education through what is called "MISIONS" in Venezuela, thanks to that Venezuela was declared by UNESCO a country without illiteracy. Venezuela has now a very direct democratic system, where ppl is able to vote, for reforms in their own constitution. Its not a very objective movie, It doesnt show really how ppl form Venezuela has so much freedom of speech.
Livonet / 12. okt 2009 kl. 13:55

Technically this is not a great movie, but it is well edited and best in its juxtaposition of the daily lives of a poor Venezuelan family and the threatening noises generated by Chavez and his opposition. It is an all too familiar story: a regime running all over the institutions that brought it into power through a combination of coercion and bribes. Was this a movie with a point of view? Yes. But given that Chavez is himself in the business of bankrolling Oliver Stone to make propaganda “documentaries”, there cannot be anything wrong with that. In any case, the most disturbing part of the whole movie is when Chavez himself is allowed to speak. Whether in context or out of context his own language makes it plain that this guy is in love with himself and will not let democratic institutions get in the way of the romance. In this sense this is not just a movie about Venezuela, but about that unfortunate red thread in Latin American history: Whether right wing or left wing, strong men with totalitarian tendencies rise above the weak institutions that are supposed to hold them to account and always and inevitably disappoint the people that put them in power.
Ale / 16. okt 2009 kl. 16:26



Hugo Rey

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Land Venezuela, Poland
År 2009
Spilletid 64 min
Serie Dok Sør

Regissør Franco de PEÑA, Francisco Arteaga PÁEZ
Manus Franco de PEÑA, Francisco Arteaga PÁEZ
Fotograf Ernesto Pérez MAURI

Skuespillere
LILIAN, CARLOS, Yon GOICOECHEA, Freddy GUEVARA

Språk Spansk
Undertekst Engelsk
Produsent Franco de PEÑA
Produksjonsselskap Studio Filmowe Everest


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