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In theaters: December 12, 2008

November 26, 1956; led by Fidel Castro (Demian Bichir), a band of 80 rebels sails to Cuba. Among these young rebels is Argentine physician, Marxist, soldier, Ernesto Che Guevara (Benicio Del Toro). Nation-less, strapped for resources and fueled only by determination, the group engages in swift, bloody battle to free the Cuban people from the corrupt dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. Che and his soldiers wrestle the nation?s resources and affection from Batista?s grasp. Though considered a hero by some, Che becomes a hugely controversial figure. At the heigh ...

# Genre:Drama, Action and Adventure
# Director:Steven Soderbergh
# Cast:Benicio Del Toro, Santiago Cabrera, Victor Rasuk

Che (film)

Che is a 2008 film about Marxist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Benicio del Toro as Che. The film is actually a merged version of two films by Soderbergh: The Argentine and Guerrilla. The first part focuses on the Cuban revolution, from the moment Fidel Castro, Guevara and other revolutionaries landed on the Caribbean island, until they toppled the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista two years later. The second part focuses on the years following the Cuban revolution. It begins with Che's trip to the United Nations headquarters in New York City in 1964, until his death in the Bolivian mountains in 1967.

Che was screened on May 21 at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival reportedly running over four hours. Del Toro won the Best Actor Award at the festival for his portrayal of Guevara in the film.

Che: The Argentine

Main article: The Argentine

Che Cast

Benicio del Toro plays Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Del Toro confessed he only thought of Guevara as a "bad guy" since he was a child. For the film he researched into the differing opinions on Guevara and travelled to Cuba where he met "tons of people that loved this man". He met Fidel Castro "for five minutes" and was told by him that he was happy for the research being undertaken. Del Toro, who speaks Puerto Rican Spanish, tried to speak the best Spanish he could without sounding "stiff". Regarding the brisk shoot, he stated, "my fingernails still have a little bit of dirt," a year later.
Benjamín Benítez as Harry "Pombo" Villegas
Julia Ormond as Lisa Howard
Franka Potente as Tamara Bunke
Armando Riesco as Benigno
Catalina Sandino Moreno as Aleida Guevara
Demian Bichir as Fidel Castro
Rodrigo Santoro as Raul Castro
Santiago Cabrera as Camilo Cienfuegos
Edgar Ramirez as Ciro Redondo
Alfredo De Quesada as Israel Pardo
Roberto Santana as Juan Almeida Bosque
Victor Rasuk as Rogelio Acevedo

Che: Guerrilla

Che Plot

After helping overthrow the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in Cuba, Guevara moved on to foment revolutions in Africa and South America, eventually being captured and killed by counter-insurgency rangers in the mountains of Bolivia, backed by the CIA.

Che Cast

Benicio del Toro as Ernesto "Che" Guevara
Benjamin Bratt
Franka Potente as Tamara Bunke
Lou Diamond Phillips as Mario Monje
Kahlil Mendez as Urbano
Julia Ormond as Lisa Howard
Edgar Ramirez as Ciro Redondo
Catalina Sandino Moreno
Demián Bichir as Fidel Castro

Che Awards

Benicio Del Toro was awarded the Prix d'interpretation masculine (or Best Actor) for his performance in Che and in his acceptance speech dedicated his award "to the man himself, Che Guevara and I want to share this with Steven Soderbergh. He was there pushing it even when there [were lulls] and pushing all of us". Che's widow Aleida March, who is president of the Che Guevara Studies Center, sent a congratulatory note to del Toro upon hearing the news of his award.


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