Che - Part One and Two - The Complete Story (DVD) Reviews
Description:Genre: Drama / Theatrical Release: 2008 / Suitable for 15 years and over / Director: Steven Soderbergh / Actors: Unax ... more
Che - Part One and Two - The Complete Story (DVD) ... Ulgalde, Santiago Cabrera, Demian Bichir, Rodrigo Santoro, Jordi Molla ... / DVD released 2009-06-29 at Optimum Home Entertainment / Features of the DVD: PAL
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Che - Part One and Part Two [DVD]
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Customer Che - Part One and Two - The Complete Story (DVD) Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Steven Soderbergh proves his mettle as a director when he attempted a hugely ambitious four-hour epic look at the life and death of Che Guevara, and while it isn't always as compelling as it should be, this is an admirable effort and one that works more than it doesn't, largely because of Benicio Del Toro's immaculate performance. However, it also skates over a lot of the important events in his life and has a very laboured pace that keeps it from ever being truly compelling. Part 1 takes place in New York City, with Guevara being interviewed by the press about his values as a revolutionary, while darting back often and showing us the events in his home Cuba ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I dragged myself out of bed on New Year's Day 2009 to see both parts of this film at the cinema. I enjoyed the experience but the work is not without its faults. Part 1 concerns Che's role in toppling Batista from power in the Cuban Revolution. However the initial ambush on them after disembarkation from the landing craft was missed out. Given the devastating initial shock that the revolutionaries had to recover from, I was surprised by this omission. However, the film eventually got down to showing us what life was like in the guerilla camps, and how Che became more trusted by Castro's forces. Che comes across as a confident and self-assured young man, with a ... Read the complete review