Revolution: Dos and Don'ts
Investigate • 45m
What happens to revolutionaries after the revolution? This is the story of Jiovana Navias, chosen by Morales Bolivian government to represent unemployed single mothers. Her explicit mandate was to represent those like her, some of the most marginalized Bolivians. Shot between 2007 and 2014, the film charts her initial campaigning and optimism, her frustrations with the compromises she has to make and her trial on corruption charges. Through her we see what happens when far-left ideology meets the realities of power.
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