Puente Llaguno: Claves de una Masacre
|Puente Llaguno: Claves de una Masacre|
|Directed by||Ángel Palacios|
|Written by||Ángel Palacios|
Puente Llaguno: Claves de una Masacre (English: Llaguno Bridge: Keys to a Massacre) (2004) is a documentary film about the events of the 2002 Venezuelan coup d'état attempt. The film argues that "anti-Chávez opposition alliance manipulated coverage ... to make it look like the government used gunmen to shoot and kill opposition demonstrators". The Puente Llaguno of the title is a bridge in central Caracas, near the Miraflores Palace, made infamous by the events of 11 April 2002, when Venezuelan private media showed gunmen firing from it, allegedly at opposition protestors.
Director Ángel Palacios is described as a "staunch supporter of President Hugo Chávez who is nevertheless frequently critical of stances taken by the government"; he graduated in film studies from Cuba's San Antonio de los Baños.
- 2002 Venezuelan coup d'état attempt
- Llaguno Overpass
- The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (film)
- X-Ray of a Lie
- Schiller, Naomi (October 2009). "Framing the Revolution: Circulation and Meaning of The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". Mass Communication and Society. 12 (4): 478–502. doi:10.1080/15205430903237832.
- Puente Llaguno: Claves de una Masacre on IMDb
- (in Spanish) Puente Llaguno: Claves de una Masacre at Google Video
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