El pueblo soy yo
|El pueblo soy yo|
|Directed by||Carlos Oteyza|
|Produced by||Enrique Krauze|
|11 October 2018|
El pueblo soy yo (transl. I am the people) is a 2018 documentary film directed by Venezuelan filmmaker Carlos Oteyza and produced by Mexican historian Enrique Krauze. The film explores Hugo Chávez presidency the control mechanisms of populism, that according to Oteyza it does not only imply a wealth redistribution, but also the existence of a charismatic leader that divides society, establishes a communicational hegemony and takes over the institutions. Oteyza explains that the documentary is not a balance of the situation in Venezuela, because it is a process that has not ended.
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