Susan Meiselas, the award winning photographer who covered the Nicaraguan revolution, returns a decade later to track down the people - guerrillas, Somocistas and bystanders - pictured in her original photographs. An instant classic among political documentaries, PICTURES FROM A REVOLUTION is both a provocative look at the revolution, its aftermath, and the individuals who fought in the insurrection and now live in the wake of political turmoil and dashed hopes. 1991, 88 minutes
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