Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Patitos
68 min

He served us the hot dogs

without another word.

I made a mistake

and took the wrong flight.

You didn't make a mistake,

you discovered something.

What did we discover?

If you dress an elephant as a man,

it would still make it into Bolivia.

Good one!

To Bolivia or anywhere else!


Let's go.


- Eustaquio.

- Welcome, Eustaquio. I'm Ramn.

- Salustio.

- Ramn.

- I'm Pedro.

- Ramn.



Tuma, this is Aniceto.



- Willy.

- I'm Chapaco.

I'll need a few days

to learn all your names.

In the last conversation

I had with Monje...

...I made it clear that if we really

want to change this society...

...we are the ones

most capable of doing it.

That's why the party

has to support the guerrilla.

Monje expressed his doubts about

the armed struggle.

He began to talk

about his love for his family.

And here people also have children

and women that they have left behind.

That is why,

with all due respect, Ramn...

...I don't think the party

will support an armed struggle...

...much less Mario Monje.

So I want to ask for permission

to go back to La Paz...

...and recruit

the best people from the party... join the group.

First we have to meet Mario Monje... we agreed to.

Not doing so would be inappropriate.

Conditions are not right for

the kind of struggle you propose.


Anywhere in the world where men

are being exploited by men...

...conditions are right.

When children work in mines...

...and 50 percent of miners

don't reach 30 years of age.

When these same miners

go on strike... improve their wages...

...and they are massacred by the army,

are those conditions right, or not?

If infant mortality rates...

...are the highest in Latin America...

...because of lack of hospitals

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