Last night at the Cleveland Film Fest: Finally, a story about Venezuela without Hugo Chavez!

The blurb about Postcards from Leningrad said that it was a “highly stylized film of life on the run.” That about nailed it. The movie, set in Venezuela during the mid-1960s, follows the lives of guerilla warriors (read: college students who read a Cliff's Notes version of Marx) and their families as they fought for a revolution by walking around in the jungle, eating sardines, and flirting with each other. The story plods, sets up numerous possibilities, but ultimately fails to deliver. ...
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