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Che: Part TwoSeven years after his triumph in Cuba, Che winds up in Bolivia, where he tries to ignite the same revolutionary fires as before. When the Bolivian campaign would ultimately fail, the tenacity, sacrifice, and idealism displayed by Guevara during this period would make him a symbol of heroism to followers around the world.
Actors of "Che: Part Two"Lou Diamond PhillipsBirthdate: 17 February 1962, Subic Bay Naval Base, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines
Characters of "Che: Part Two"
Directors of "Che: Part Two"Steven SoderberghBirthdate: 14 January 1963, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Creators of "Che: Part Two"Peter BuchmanBirthdate: 13 July 1967Benjamin A. van der Veen
Critic Reviews of "Che: Part Two"Time OutFebruary 19, 2009
Saying that a film has too much insight is hardly damning.I.E. WeeklyJanuary 08, 2009
This isn't a biography -- it's a nature show where Guevara is the lion.Entertainment WeeklyJanuary 07, 2009
Twice as long as it needs to be, but it is also only half the movie it should have been.What CultureMarch 14, 2011
As a standalone film this is far less enjoyable than the first, but there is enough in here to engage and entertain for the duration.Eye for FilmJune 29, 2009
Certainly Soderbergh gives you a sense of the boredom of war - as the days tick by on the screen, you feel your own will to live begin to falter.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteMarch 27, 2009
... a deeply interesting and commercially brave movie, one that recognizes the limits inherent in cinematic biography. It is meant to be experienced, not sounded for meanings, and is weakest when Soderbergh caves into his poetic impulses...Milwaukee Journal SentinelMarch 26, 2009
The film's narrative flow is less driven by events, which are revealed in spurts, but are drawn along as their inevitable consequences.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)March 25, 2009
The film quickly turns into what can best be described as a lot of wandering around in the Bolivian jungle.Charlotte ObserverFebruary 27, 2009
At this length, that's an unforgivable sin.
Gallery of "Che: Part Two"