Pictures from a Revolution.
A Memoir of the Nicaraguan Conflict.
A Film by Susan Meiselas, Richard Rogers, and Alfred Guzzetti.
Kino Video, New York, 1992.
Award-winning photojournalist Susan Meiselas covered the Sandinista conflict for The New York Times and the London Times, powerfully capturing the experience of a country at war. Ten years later she returned to Nicaragua and tracked down the people who appeared in her original photographs. "The result is a provocative study of the Revolution and its aftermath, a deeply moving account of individuals who brought about a true people's revolution, now living their lives in obscurity."--the publisher.
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