Part 2 of director Steven Soderbergh's Che Guevara saga begins with the famed Cuban revolutionary at the absolute peak of his fame and power. Disappearing suddenly, Guevara subsequently resurfaces in Bolivia to organize a modest group of Cuban comrades and Bolivian recruits in preparation for the Latin American Revolution. But while the Bolivian campaign would ultimately fail, the tenacity, sacrifice, and idealism displayed by Guevara during this period would make him a symbol of heroism to followers around the world. Though Parts 1 and 2 were screened together at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, they were set to be released separately in U.S. theaters in early 2009. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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I love this documentary although part 1 made me understand why he is idolozie or romatized as a hero of the people. I do wish the Bolivian campaign was explain a little more because I didn't get why he needed to be there or if Castro asked him to.
This movie misses a lot of detail and is just a propaganda film to promote "Che" as a hero. They definitely missed the innocent killings that took place in Cuba after they took over Havana; the land/business nationalization by Fidel; CIA involvement in trying to take Che alive at the end. Great famous actors making their cameo will not change my mind. Marxist ideology is good on paper, but making it work is another thing. Just look at Colombia and their Marxist rebels; look at destruction created by communism in Eastern Europe before you start glorifying Castro and Che.