The Short Films of Raymundo Gleyzer interrogates an authoritarian government, shining a light on
the humans trapped within.
The Short Films of Raymundo
features some of the greatest work of the polemic Argentinean documentarian.
While Gleyzerís films often revolve around everyday people and their mundane
activities, his stories are fueled by a political fire. These films examine the
cruelty of unjust rule through personal, human stories.
Gleyzer sharpened his incisive voice, his country slid into fascism. This
collection of shorts provides the context for that disintegration of freedom.
Because of his work, in 1976 Gleyzer was disappeared
by his own government, yet his voice endures through these films.
featuring Jorge Dentiís The AAA Are the
Armed Forces (1979).
Raymundo Gleyzer---Argentina---1964-1977---79 minutes. In Spanish
with English subtitles.