United Kingdom, 1983

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John Pilger presents a documentary impression with interviews of Nicaraguan society under the present Sandinista Government; relates a brief history of the events of this century; and returns to protest against American intervention. The film makes no secret of its admiration for Sandinista reforms and its abhorrence of American policy.

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Central Independent Television (UK)


Alan Lowery



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