The Spanish documentary 'Nicaragua, Homeland Free to live' becomes the flag of exile

The documentary Nicaragua, Homeland Free to live, performed by the journalist and poet Andalusian Daniel Rodríguez Moya, has become one of the flags that the ex

The Spanish documentary 'Nicaragua, Homeland Free to live' becomes the flag of exile

The documentary Nicaragua, Homeland Free to live, performed by the journalist and poet Andalusian Daniel Rodríguez Moya, has become one of the flags that the exiles nicasagitate these days in Costa Rica. Awarded at the Invisible Film Festival of Bilbao, it has been more than visible thanks to the forcefulness and depth of its images, which travel the events lived in Nicaragua during the popular rebellion of 2018. As accurate the writer Sergio Ramírez in the Documentary, the protest was born against a neoliberal measure of Ortega that directly affected Nicaraguan families.

"Daniel, you are on the right side of history," highlighted the collective human rights during the movie exhibition at Magaly cinema, in the center of San José. On the other side, the "idiot left" is located, the term coined by the prestigious Sofia Montenegro sociologist, whose appearance in the documentary to criticize those who continue to support the Sandinista regime for the supposed ideology of it tore a clamorous ovation.

State safety persecuted Spanish documentalists, who were forced to flee across the border of Costa Rica. "We managed to go out and take out the material," confesses Rodríguez Moya.

Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 15:40

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