The story of the world's most reproduced photograph. In 1960, Cuban photographer Alberto "Korda" Diaz captured a photo of Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Eight years later, the image exploded throughout Europe and Latin America, where it became a symbol of protest and dissent. Today, the photograph remains one of the most dominant icons of the twentieth century. "Chevolution" is a film about a single photograph, and how this portrait with its enigmatic gaze became a symbol of countless visions for change.

Year: 2008
Genre: Art On Film
Country: Mexico
Director: Luis Lopez, Trisha Ziff
Duration: 96 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Documentary (Art on Film)



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