Pictures from a Revolution
88 minutes/ 1981/ 16mm film
made collaboratively with Susan Meiselas and Richard P. Rogers
Susan Meiselas, the award-winning photographer who covered the Nicaraguan revolution, returns a decade later to track down the people—guerrillas, Somocistas, and bystanders—pictured in her original photographs.
"A serious and moving film. Susan Meiselas recalls acts of heroism and moments of terrible fright."
—Vincent Canby, The New York Times
"Of all the nonfiction films about Nicaragua, it is the least didactic, the most open to history as it is known by those who made it. . . . Beautifully shot and edited."
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