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The Hour of the Furnaces (La hora de los hornos: Notas y testimonios sobre el neocolonialismo, la violencia y la liberación) (1968)

The Hour of the Furnaces
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María de la Paz María de la Paz
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Edgardo Suárez Edgardo Suárez
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Fidel Castro Fidel Castro
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Zedong Mao Zedong Mao
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Eva Perón Eva Perón
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Juan Domingo Perón Juan Domingo Perón
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Release date: 18 June 1968
Tags: 260 Min. (1), B&w (1), Argentina (1), War (1), History (1), Documentary (1)
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