Letter from Morazan: The Commander Gonzalo Military Campaign
Carta de Morazán
This unusual documentary is an unsentimental portrait of the rebel military campaign in July-August 1982 that led to FMLN dominance of the war in El Salvador. Often humorous, with a haunting, leisurly pace, the film includes an interview with Colonel Castillo, Vice-Minister of Defense, captured by FMLN forces, and the handing over of prisoners of war to the International Red Cross.
Made in El Salvador by Radio Venceremos, this film was part of the video series curated by El Salvador Media Project, a New York-based media organization.
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