The Liberator

Synopsis: Simon Bolivar fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great. His army never conquered -- it liberated.
Director(s): Alberto Arvelo
Production: Cohen Media Group
  1 win & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
119 min



Have them take him to the barn.

Welcome to the palace, Excellency.

Thank you, Fernando.

How's your youngest son?

Just learning to walk.

Like this damned country.

-Welcome home, General.

-Thank you, Daniel. . .

We received a gift

from Martin Torkington.

We did?

To commemorate the eighth anniversary

of our Republic.

Cologne water.

Even our enemies are resigned

to our existence.

Don't believe it.

May l take your sword, General?

Thank you.

Have it ready for tomorrow, Clarita.

With pleasure, Excellency.

Now l've got you.

And what were you expecting?

My sword, dammit.

Off the balcony.


What are you doing?

Get out of the way.

Simon, if you die tonight,

everything we fought for

dies with you.

Get out.

What are you doing?

There's nothing glorious

about a stupid death.

Let's go.

They didn't come for me.

They came for you.

l'm not going to leave you here.

Let's go.

You go. Go.

Leave it to me. Go.

Open the door!

Open the door!

Open the door!

There he is!

-Come on, Simon.


Look at your mother.

You must look at her.


-You have to say good bye!


Simon, come here! Simon!

Let me go!

-Simon, come back!

-Get away!


-Don't touch me.

-Simon, come here!

-Let me go!

-Come here!

-That's an order!

-lt's all right to cry!

She was your mother.

Don't let him get away!

Don't let him get to the river!


Here comes the chief.

Where is he?


My mom died.

Can l stay with you?

Of course, my boy.

Find him.

He must die tonight.


Well done!

Does anyone dare to play with me?

The boy from the lndies?

Right away, your highness.

Senor Bolivar?

The prince invites you to play.

Thank you.


-Excuse me?

The prince invites you to play.



l didn't know they play these games

in Buenos Aires.

Caracas, Your Highness.

Venezuela province.

lt's all the same.

Look at these settlers.

Oh, my God!

-This man is a savage.

-Your Majesty! Your highness!

l'm very sorry.

l didn't mean to.

Get out of my sight.

l don't want to see here you again.


l think you owe me an apology.

Ah? And why is that?

lt was your fault

l was distracted playing.

Well, l'm sorry.

And is there anything else

l should apologize for?

l'd like to ask you a question.

Very well. Ask.

ls this what you want?


ls this what you want?

These people, this life. . .

This is what l know.

But it's not what you want, right?

And how is it you can know

what l want

if you don't even know me?

l knew all l need to know

the first time l saw you.

The rest are just details.

-Allow me?

-Help her.

Thank you.


For the queen of this house.

Thank you very much.



l'd like to introduce you

to my mother.

Your mother?

And also my father.

Hipolita, this is my wife,

Maria Teresa.

Welcome, young lady.

lt's a pleasure to meet you.

Close your eyes.

Breathe deep.

Open your mouth.

What is it?


What happened? What bit you?

l don't know. . .

Let's see.

-Let me look.


This is all yours?

As far as you can see.

And far beyond where you can't see.

And now it's yours, too.

Shut up!

The noble savage has returned.


My husband has told me

many things about you.


He told me that you would

not let him read Rousseau

until he could swim across a river.

ls that true?

Ask my uncle.

He was there to watch, many times.

To be sure he didn't drown.

A sort of special education.

And now, you see,

l left home and left everything

to marry your disciple.

Simon did not marry you.

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