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Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story

Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story is a movie starring Eduardo Garcia, Jennifer Jane, and Manuel Garcia. Charged with 2400 volts of electricity, Eduardo Garcia lost an arm, ribs, muscle mass and nearly his life, but more important...

Running Time
1 hours 26 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography, Adventure, Action
Phillip Baribeau
Eugenio Garcia, Manuel Garcia, Eduardo Garcia, Jennifer Jane
USA, Mexico
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Chef Eduardo Garcia went for a hike in the beautiful backcountry of Montana. Literally shocked when he touched a dead bear with his knife, he survived the 2400V jolt and walked out alive. Nearly two dozen surgeries take his left hand, four ribs, and significant muscle mass from his torso, legs, arms, and scalp. Despite all his loss, Eduardo says he would never go back. Charged tells Eduardo's journey from getting up off the forest floor to becoming the man he is today.

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After being deported from the U.S. for over 20 years, Eduardo Garcia was released from the asylum in 2006. He has been living in Mexico for several years now, and his book "A Kidnapping for a Drug Deal" was translated into Spanish, which has been gaining attention in Mexico. It is a fascinating story of an old man, who has been in prison for nearly 30 years, who has learned to adapt to his new surroundings, and how he has gotten into Mexico. The book was translated by a friend of Garcia's, who knew him in prison, and was a very good friend to him. It is a great book that is well-written, with good acting, and great directing. The book also includes interviews with many people who were in the Mexican prison system when Garcia was in there, and some of them were very sympathetic towards Garcia, and showed great respect for him. One of the interviews that I particularly liked was with a man who had been in prison for 20 years, who said that Garcia had been a great friend to him. The Mexican prison system has a very high rate of recidivism, and many of the inmates have lost their lives due to their time in prison. Garcia has been in prison for almost 30 years, and has been to prison almost every day for the past 30 years, and has developed a strong relationship with the prison system. The book is very well-written, with great interviews with people who were in prison with Garcia, and some of them were very sympathetic towards him. I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the life of Eduardo Garcia, and how he got into prison. 9/10

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In this moving and insightful documentary, Eduardo Garcia recounts his life story, and how he turned the tables on the medical establishment, by refusing to accept money from them. The documentary covers the years from 1975 to 1984, when Garcia was a young doctor working in a small, rural town in Peru. He was forced to give up his family, and his job, when he was accused of kidnapping and torturing a local woman. The documentary details the reasons he went to Peru, the circumstances that led to his capture, and the medical treatment he received, as well as the issues that arose when the press discovered his unorthodox practices. The film is a bit slow in spots, but overall, it is an excellent documentary that captures the complexities of this man's life.

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William L.

I never saw this film before but I'm glad I did. I'm a huge fan of his work and I'm glad he's back on the screen. Eduardo Garcia was an inspiration to me in many ways. He has a great story, I was inspired to write a novel about his life and his life's work. I was lucky enough to meet Eduardo in person and I was blown away by his amazing story. I can't imagine what it must be like for him to be in prison and be a very private person. He is a very nice person and I am happy he is still alive. I was so glad to see him on the screen and I'm glad I'm able to share his story with everyone. I hope he is able to return to the screen soon. I love how he says his life was like a story and he never knew what was going to happen next. I hope he is able to write another great story about his life. I have a feeling he's going to be a big star one day. I was so happy to see him on the screen and I'm glad I saw his story. It was very inspiring and I'm glad I was able to see his story.

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Christine Ellis

A story that the audience is compelled to follow. The film presents the story of Eduardo Garcia as a survivor of the South African apartheid system. It is based on the book "The Last Years of Eduardo Garcia" by Roderick Deakin. The film is a moving story of the struggles of a man who has always been a "conflicted" man. It's a story of love, hate and family. The film is a must see for anyone who is interested in the subject matter. I'm not a person who is easily moved, but I was moved by the film. It made me realize how much has been lost in the world, and how much we still need to do. The film is an excellent look at a man who was forced to choose between his love and his family. He chose love, and it is the only thing that has kept him going. The film is based on his diary, which was kept as he was going through the apartheid system. His diary is very moving, and you can see how he was a conflicted man. It is a great film for people who have a love for the subject matter. I was moved to tears several times during the film. The film is a must see for everyone who has ever had a family member in the system, or who have been a victim of the system. Eduardo Garcia is a great story that everyone should see. 9 out of 10 stars.

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A few years ago, when Eduardo Garcia's story was being discussed on BBC, I was taken by surprise by how much I liked the film. I was struck by how much the film is about the love between Eduardo and his son and how that love has affected his life, his work and his relationship with his family. It is a very powerful story that touches you emotionally. Garcia's life has been a story of love, sacrifice and perseverance. He has been a hero for many people and he has given so much to the world. The film is very emotional and shows the hardships and the struggles that Garcia and his family have faced throughout their lives. It is an inspiring film and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in history and to anyone who is interested in the relationship between the men and women who made history in the world.

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Kenneth A.

I saw this movie on the TV and decided to watch it as I am a fan of Eduardo Garcia. It was an awesome movie. I really enjoyed the characters and the story. Eduardo is a very interesting person and it was great to see him live and his life. The movie is very informative and will give you some insight into Eduardo's life. This movie is definitely a must see. It is a great movie that will leave you with a lot of questions. Eduardo Garcia is a very inspiring person. This movie is very educational and entertaining. It is a must see.

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Carl Pena

A very good documentary on Eduardo Garcia, the young man who played the lead role in the movie "Charged." He was a very talented young man, who had to deal with an abusive father and a lack of opportunities, and he was almost an outcast in his own town. But he overcame all of this, and overcame all of these hardships, and became a man who gave of himself, and had to overcome adversity, and to achieve a lot of things in his life. I think that this film was very touching, and I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the life of Eduardo Garcia, and wants to learn more about the life of Eduardo Garcia.

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Janet Jimenez

I am a huge fan of Eduardo Garcia and as a huge fan of the man himself, I was surprised to find out he is a chronic alcoholic. So I decided to watch this documentary. It was really interesting. Eduardo Garcia was a true hero to the US in Vietnam. He was the top dog on the base and would do anything for the men. The documentary was very informative and shows how the US treated him and how the other military authorities treated him. I am not going to go into details but it was very good. It also showed the reaction of the people in the military. There was so much anger towards the US and the authorities in general. The documentary was very enlightening. It also showed how the government in general was corrupt. Eduardo Garcia was a great man and he is a great hero. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a true fan of Eduardo Garcia. It is an excellent documentary that should be shown in every high school.

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Kathryn E.

The last few years have been hard on Eduardo Garcia, the man behind the success of the Mexican-American hip hop group El Chapo and its prolificly produced music videos. At the same time, his life has been beset by other personal demons, a drug addiction that cost him much of his life savings and a mental health crisis that kept him in a psychiatric ward for a year. El Chapo's Rise and Fall: A Film About the Drug Lord El Chapo Guzman has seen a tremendous amount of hype over the years. But the reality is that the film is just another story about a drug lord, a story that's been told many times before. This isn't a bad thing, however, because the film is different and it's telling a different story. There are no obvious heroes, no back-stories of the great and the good, just a simple, raw look at what El Chapo has been up to since his release from prison. El Chapo was born into a very poor family, which had to leave Mexico and go to the U.S. in order to find work. He was a quick learner in terms of the criminal world and became a successful Mexican drug lord in no time at all. It's not often that we get to see the drug lords of Mexico, but when we do it's usually from the point of view of an outsider, like El Chapo. The film doesn't tell you that El Chapo was a drug lord, it shows you how he was born into his family. The film shows you how he grew up in a Mexican village, how he was turned into a drug lord and how he was born to be a criminal. The film follows him from childhood to his early manhood, showing the darkness and light inside his soul. El Chapo has been portrayed by many different actors, from Michael Douglas to Kevin Costner. This film was directed by none other than Quentin Tarantino. We have to agree, the man is a genius. El Chapo is not just another film, it's a true story of a man, a drug lord, and a family. It's not easy to follow this film, but it's hard to fault the film for that. If you're interested in this film, you should definitely see it. It's well worth it.

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Grace B.

I have been a fan of Eduardo Garcia since I first saw him in his first film, "Flare" in 1981. I thought that he was the greatest actor of his generation. Since then, I have seen many films, but this is one of the best. I was fortunate enough to attend the premiere of this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. This is a must see for any film lover who is interested in the life of Eduardo Garcia. Eduardo Garcia is a major force of Filipino cinema. He has produced some of the greatest films in the history of Filipino cinema. If you like his films, then you must see this documentary. In the film, you will see how he became a star in Hollywood and how his films are so well received by the international audiences. This film is a must see for every Filipino. This documentary was very well done. The documentary covers his childhood and his early career. It also shows how he has evolved as a film director and how he continues to create amazing films. I give this film a 9 out of 10.

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Donna Cooper

When I first heard about Eduardo Garcia I was a little skeptical as I had never heard anything about him. After seeing this movie, I am now more convinced than ever that Eduardo Garcia is a great man and his story is true. This movie was extremely well done and did a great job of capturing the life of Eduardo Garcia. It was also very interesting to see how he was treated by his friends and family. I hope this movie gets the recognition it deserves.

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There is no way you will find a more inspiring or emotional film than Eduardo Garcia. The film takes you on a journey with the drug war, but also the human story behind the war. From the beginning to the end of this film you feel connected to Eduardo Garcia. Eduardo Garcia is a hero and you will never forget him. The film really shines in the performances of the cast. The film really shows you how Eduardo Garcia was a victim of the drug war and how his life was destroyed. Eduardo Garcia was a very talented man. The film is a great reminder of how the drug war affects the lives of so many people. Eduardo Garcia is a true hero and his life is forever changed. Eduardo Garcia was a hero to all of us. We owe him so much. Thank you Eduardo Garcia for everything you did. Thank you for your incredible journey.

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Christian Myers

I saw this documentary when it first came out, and it was awesome. It's really a story of two brothers, Eduardo Garcia and Michael Garcia, and how they were both fighting their way up the boxing ladder. They both had very different backgrounds, and the way they came together in the end was very interesting. I have never seen a documentary about a boxer in the U.S. that had so much history. The fight footage was really amazing, and the footage of the Garcia brothers on the plane before they left for Australia was just amazing. The whole story was great, and I hope to see more documentaries like this one.

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John S.

This is a wonderful documentary. I was shocked to learn that Eduardo Garcia was a convicted criminal in the United States of America. That fact, along with the testimony given by various victims, gave me great satisfaction. The film was also insightful on the role of the U.S. government and corporations in the tragedy. I was especially pleased to learn that the man who was killed by Eduardo Garcia had committed no crime whatsoever. I was also pleased to hear the testimonies of the victims who died as a result of Eduardo Garcia's involvement in the smuggling of contraband items into the United States. My only complaint with the film is the use of the term "Almighty". It seemed to me that the producers were trying to make the point that we are all powerless to stop these acts. I was a little disappointed by this line of thought. Instead of using the term "Power" the filmmakers should have chosen the phrase "Powerless" and then used that phrase to explain what is happening to the people of the United States and to the people of Mexico. I would suggest that this film be made available on DVD or a similar format for people to view. My rating: 9/10

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A terrific film that's far better than its audience would be led to believe. The best thing about this film is the immense talent that Eduardo Garcia brought to the table. His strengths were his willingness to tell his story without regard for the audience's ability to absorb it, his belief that his subjects are people, not people who need to be spoon-fed the intricacies of his life, and his ability to say that his story is not one that is only about him, but the story of all of us. He's really an amazing human being.

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Harold Daniels

I loved this movie. It was really fun to watch, especially for a film school graduate. Eduardo Garcia was really cool. He was an example of a "tough guy" and a man of his word. He would not cave to pressure from others and put others interests ahead of his own. Eduardo Garcia had an amazing heart. He cared about others and would stand up for them. I really feel that he would have done the same for me. I felt that he was very impressive and did a great job in the movie. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who loves to watch movies.

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The former U.S. Army officer Eduardo Garcia is an American journalist, who is a regular presence in the news media, and has gained notoriety in the world of American politics. While a military man, Garcia was the first to film and report on the assassination of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, and was also the first to interview the then-president of the Caribbean island, Raul Castro, during his visits to the United States. Garcia has written several books on the subject, and has received several awards for his efforts. The film tells the story of the journalist, and his research into the events leading to the death of the Cuban leader, and how he came to be known as the "Assassin of Castro". The film is well-directed, and a must-see for anyone interested in the subject.

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Emma M.

The Eduardo Garcia story is the reason I made the decision to see this documentary. Eduardo Garcia is a god among actors and is a legend among other legends. Eduardo's film "Cinema" is a documentary about his life, his career, his love for cinema and the reasons for him and his movies. Eduardo is considered by many to be the greatest Mexican film maker and one of the best of all time. The story of Eduardo is fascinating and fascinating to watch. Eduardo was a child actor in the 1950s and 1960s, but by the 1970s he was a star and he was successful in Hollywood. Eduardo was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1981 for his "Cinema". He has been a generous donor to many causes, including his friends' children, his community of artists, artists and families, and the University of California, where he was a professor of film and television and a board member. Eduardo died in September of 2011 and his family, friends, and people that knew him will never forget his life. He lived a life that was full of love for cinema and cinema fans. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone that loves films. 9/10

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Mary Ortega

One of the most powerful documentaries I've seen in a long time. If you are a life-long Resident Commissioner or Resident Executive of any area of the city, you'll love this film. This is what residents would talk about if they were sitting in a room with you. It gives a lot of insight into the lives of the people of San Antonio. In fact, it goes into some of the people's background and how they made their decisions and choices. A must-see for any Resident Commissioner, Resident Executive or Resident Manager.

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Christina A.

I don't know how much I would like to talk about this movie about the Cuban Revolution. I think it would be good if I could get some of the stories of the people involved and their struggles. But I am not sure how much I could. So I think it would be good if I could just watch it. And that is exactly what I did. I just watched it and was very surprised and amazed at what I had just seen. The film was shot on a very high budget. The actors were very good and it shows. The story is very compelling and very realistic. And it also makes you feel like you are in Cuba. I recommend this film to everybody. I just think that it was really a great work and the result is great. And that is the way I see it.

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Stephen C.

The second featurette in the Director's Cut DVD of "Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story" is a delightful and informative presentation of Eduardo Garcia's career and life story. The film is organized in a way that provides a consistent, and interesting, narrative arc. The film begins with a brief history of Eduardo's life and his career, followed by a brief biography of his father and his relationship with his father's family, then moves on to the present day with a number of fascinating interviews with some of Eduardo's contemporaries. The interviews, conducted by various people who knew Eduardo, provide a unique insight into Eduardo's life, and provide a window into Eduardo's motivations, and the manner in which Eduardo pursued his career. The film concludes with an interview with Eduardo's sister, who has shared her feelings about Eduardo's career. This was a wonderful and enjoyable presentation of Eduardo's life, and was a good way to wrap up Eduardo's life story. Eduardo's career was a fascinating and interesting one, and it was a joy to see a portion of his life documented. The film also provides a unique and entertaining look at the life of a religious cult, and how Eduardo became involved with it.

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Jeffrey P.

After having listened to this story, I'm sure you'll agree it is one of the most moving stories of our times. If you like the story, you'll probably like the film too. The documentary is brilliant in its presentation. A great cast of performers provide some really great performances. It's a powerful and moving story that can change lives. I think it is an important part of our world today, and should be seen by as many people as possible. The story is not about drugs or alcohol, and does not have a moral message. It is a powerful story about a young man that knows he is different, and is willing to stand up and do something about it. In his eyes, he is someone who is not a loser, but is someone who has something to give and has done something to help others. He will not give up and will fight for what he believes in. The documentary has some very good photography. It is beautiful to look at, and the editing is brilliant. It's an excellent documentary that will not be forgotten.

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Juan Sullivan

The Eduardo Garcia story is a well-made, well-documented, and meticulously made documentary that chronicles the life and career of Eduardo Garcia, a Cuban-born, wealthy oil magnate who led a life of luxury, but who left Cuba for the United States in 1980. Garcia's life in the United States is an incredible story that is not for the faint of heart. His first name is Eduardo, and he was known as "Eduardo" throughout the entire country, but it wasn't until 1980 that his true name was officially changed to Eduardo Garcia. He was born in Cuba to a family of Spanish descent. As a child, Eduardo attended a school in a poor neighborhood and later attended a private school in the Bronx. After high school, he earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Texas, but his poor educational background gave him little chance of being able to follow his dream of becoming a business tycoon. At the age of thirty, Eduardo decided to leave Cuba to pursue a career in the United States. He arrived in New York City in 1976 and set up a business in the clothing industry, with the help of his brother, and in 1977 he opened a clothing store, in one of the poorest parts of the Bronx, called "The Village," in order to earn money. He soon began to sell his first products in New York, and by the early 1980s he was the second-largest clothing manufacturer in New York, behind only Ralph Lauren. Although he didn't achieve the success he had hoped for, he did make some good money and started to build up a business empire. However, in 1988, after he had lost his country, and his business in the United States was considered a failure, he was forced to leave the United States. In the early 1990s, Eduardo Garcia decided to go back to Cuba to help his family. In 1992, he returned to Cuba, and began a journey that took him to Miami and other places in the United States. He has also traveled to Cuba to visit relatives and friends, but he also visited a number of famous Cuban artists in Havana, such as Caballero, and bought real estate in Miami, Miami Beach, and Miami. In 1999, he purchased an old hotel in Miami Beach, which was used as a nightclub, and for a time it was being used as a recording studio for local musicians. During this time, Eduardo Garcia also became a television personality in Cuba, and in 2006, he established a satellite television station, called "Cuba Info," which airs Cuban-language music, news, and gossip programs. "Eduardo Garcia's Story" is an excellent documentary about the life of Eduardo Garcia, and I highly recommend it.

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This film is about Eduardo Garcia and his passion for the life and art of the 18th century. He is an artist, a sculptor, and a scientist. He is a former WWII POW who escaped and escaped again. He is a patriot, a wonderful person, and he deserves a place in the history books. I was very moved by this film. The people in this film, the people who helped him escape and were instrumental in getting him to safety, were very honest and a little bit goofy. I had a chance to meet Eduardo Garcia and he was very nice and very welcoming. I loved the film. It was well written and the director did a great job of showing the passion and the dedication of Eduardo and his family. I highly recommend this film. I hope you will see it and enjoy it as much as I did.

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I enjoyed this documentary a lot. I didn't expect it to be quite so entertaining and I'm not that much of a fan of documentary style. This film does not only cover Eduardo Garcia's life, but also covers a lot of other issues he had in his life. The documentary does a good job of keeping you entertained and engaged and I liked how they covered a lot of topics without getting too boring. I also liked how they were able to make Eduardo Garcia's music and his lyrics a part of the documentary. I think Eduardo Garcia is a great artist and I think that he will be remembered for a long time. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who enjoys documentaries. I think this film will be a great addition to any collection.

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Gary McDonald

I've been an avid fan of Eduardo Garcia for over 15 years. After seeing this film, I can't help but think that he is a great artist. I know that I am not the only one who feels this way, and I think that this is a great film. It is very well done and it's very touching. It's very easy to feel for Eduardo. His story is inspiring and inspiring stories are always great. The film does a good job at making Eduardo's life a little bit more interesting. The film is very well made and very well written. It's a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone who has never seen Eduardo Garcia before.

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As an immigrant from Mexico, Eduardo Garcia is a fascinating character. In his own words, "I am a man of courage, but I am not afraid. I am a human being, but I am not a criminal." This film tells the story of Eduardo Garcia, the first person to be arrested for smuggling illegal immigrants into the United States. It is also an excellent documentary about the difficulties faced by undocumented immigrants in the United States, the difficulties faced by immigrants who wish to become citizens, and the reasons why people are willing to sacrifice everything to be a citizen of the United States. The film was filmed entirely in Los Angeles and New York, where the main focus of the film is the dramatic events that led to Eduardo Garcia's arrest and conviction. There are many interviews with other immigrants, some who were arrested as well. It is interesting to see the people involved in the immigration process in their own words. For example, there is a short film with a Mexican man who was arrested for smuggling immigrants. He describes how his wife left him because he didn't want to be a father. He became a citizen, but was a poor worker. He was hired to work at a factory that was closing down. He was supposed to be paid $12 per hour, but he was paid $3.25 per hour. The workers were told that the factory would reopen, but they never did. He was not able to get a job at the factory because of the closing. He was also afraid that his daughter would be deported, and he was afraid that he would be arrested again. He made several attempts to get citizenship, but was unsuccessful. He was arrested at his home, and the police took his wallet and his passport. He was told that he would be deported if he didn't give the information to the police. He said he would give the information, but he would not give it until he was released from jail. He was released after a year. The film ends with him being released from jail. This is an excellent film about immigration and the difficulties faced by immigrants who wish to become citizens. It is also a documentary about the people involved in the immigration process in their own words. There is a lot of interesting information about people's motivations. The film is about the history of immigration and the experiences of people who want to become citizens. The documentary is very well done, and I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about immigration and the people who are involved in the process.

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The story of Eduardo Garcia's involvement in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the subsequent cover-up is a gripping story of the aftermath of a tragedy. As a journalist I was especially interested in this story because the real story was never told. The movie gives an accurate depiction of what happened that day in Dallas. Eduardo Garcia's role as an informer was a necessary evil. He was forced into doing what he did by the CIA. The movie shows the paranoia that surrounded him and the machinations of the CIA. Eduardo Garcia was a double-agent and he was not a victim of political persecution. He was the victim of political persecution and the CIA. The movie also tells the story of the real assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Lee Harvey Oswald was not a political activist. He was a political activist who was also an assassin. This movie was one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. It was well-acted, well-filmed and had a gripping story. I highly recommend it.

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Alexander M.

One of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. The director's absolute eye for detail and detail alone is worth seeing the movie. This movie is simply incredible. I have never seen anything like it. It truly is an eye-opener for anyone who has ever considered leaving their faith, or anything else for that matter, in the past. Although the majority of the movie was filmed in Havana, this movie was never about Cuba. It was a film about Eduardo Garcia. He was the one who decided to leave Cuba, but it wasn't about the political issues. It was about his personal and spiritual journey. As the movie progressed, the viewer was continually in awe of Eduardo. It was almost as if you were there. His journey was hard to watch. He was a remarkable man. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has ever thought about leaving religion or any other form of belief for the world of spirituality. The director's ability to portray the true essence of Eduardo's life is truly astounding. I hope he continues to make films for the rest of his life.

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Gloria Rose

I saw this film last week and I'm so glad I did. It's an excellent film that has been discussed on various message boards here and elsewhere, and for good reason. Eduardo Garcia was a gifted artist and an amazing human being. Unfortunately, he did not live to see the impact of his work. Eduardo Garcia died just weeks before his 42nd birthday, and this film is the last film that he ever directed. The only reason he was able to complete it is due to his extensive medical treatment, which he received in the 90's. I found the film to be an amazing look at the man and his work. It was wonderful to see him interact with others, and it was also nice to see him express his feelings and emotions. The only reason I didn't give this film a 10 is due to the acting. However, it was a little more than mediocre. I thought it was very well done. It was very touching and emotional, and the film also provided a few entertaining moments. However, some parts were just too cheesy, and it seemed to me that the acting could have been better. It did a good job, however, of portraying Eduardo's interactions with people. It's hard to believe that this film is almost over, and I feel it is a great film for all ages. It's definitely one that will stick with you. Eduardo Garcia, you are greatly missed.

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I'm a fan of Eduardo Garcia, but his life story is a bit more complex than the one presented in this documentary. I had to research this for myself, so I was not sure if the film was accurate or not. I learned that Eduardo was a family man who had to leave his wife and children for the money to go to law school. The documentary shows a lot of footage from his law school days and shows how he ended up in prison. It also shows how he was able to get a job as a lawyer, and the first job he ever got was for the defense. Eduardo's wife and daughter are interviewed as well. They tell a story of how they had to move to the Dominican Republic because of Eduardo's arrest. This documentary is very well done, and is a must see for anyone who is interested in Eduardo Garcia. It's also very informative on Eduardo's life story and his legal career.

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This is a very good documentary on Eduardo Garcia. It's about a man who worked for a Brazilian newspaper, was a great teacher and who was involved in the '50s/'60s/'70s/'80s and became an activist. He was part of a group that supported the Brazilian government in the '80s and had a lot of connections in the political world. He had a lot of contacts and connections in the military. He was a very successful writer and had a lot of influence in the political world. He was a very active activist. I was very surprised by his work and that he was a very active activist. The movie is a good introduction to Eduardo Garcia and shows his work and his activism. It's a very good movie and I recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries. It's very good.

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Jane Pierce

As a film buff I was intrigued by this documentary about Eduardo Garcia. I have been fascinated with the culture and history of Central America since I was a child, and I feel this film is a good snapshot of the lifestyle of the Chaco Indians. Eduardo Garcia was a courageous leader and a great poet. I think Eduardo Garcia was a living legend in Central America. The documentary focused on Eduardo Garcia's life and experiences. It was not a "show" like the Hollywood "The Native Son" or "The Texas Rangers" films. It was a good documentary about a famous historical figure in Central America. I enjoyed the portrayal of Eduardo Garcia and the Chaco Indians. I feel that this film was very accurate and entertaining. It was a good story of a man who helped and cared for his people. Eduardo Garcia was a great leader and a great poet. He was also a great poet. The narration was very good, and I think it was appropriate. I really enjoyed the portrayal of the Chaco Indians. The way Eduardo Garcia spoke was very authentic. Eduardo Garcia was an inspiration to many of the Chaco Indians. I think the documentary was very entertaining and informative. It was very well done and well written. I enjoyed the documentary very much.

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Amanda Jenkins

It's hard to explain why this is the best documentary of all time. It's not an amazing plot or an outstanding cast, but it's not about them either. It's about Eduardo Garcia and his journey to getting to the top of his profession, from being a talented and stubborn writer to an accomplished filmmaker and a world-renowned director. This is the story of a man who is never complacent about his achievements, who always wants to improve, and who never shies away from making mistakes in his career. There are many stories told in this film. I am sure that the ones told in the first part of the movie will be the ones you'll remember most, but there are also other stories that are related to the great talent and the career he has. The last part of the movie (the last 10 minutes or so) is very powerful and extremely inspirational. Eduardo Garcia is so inspiring that I can't wait for his next movie! This is an amazing movie that will change your life. It's not a movie you'll regret seeing, and it's a movie that will change you forever!

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Cynthia Gilbert

Eduardo Garcia's arrest in South Africa was one of the most contentious episodes in the history of South Africa, which saw him charged with war crimes, including the murder of over 1,000 black men and boys during the anti-apartheid struggle. It was only after his release that Garcia was allowed to set foot in South Africa, and he was able to return to his homeland and work as a railway worker. This film focuses on his life from the time he was arrested in 1979 until his return to South Africa in 1991, and its purpose is to show the events leading up to his arrest and the events leading up to his release. It shows how his family, his political opponents, and the various governments in South Africa tried to silence him, and how he was able to clear his name. It also shows how his supporters helped him in his efforts to gain his freedom. The film is very well-made, and there is a lot of interesting information to be had about his time in prison, his political trials, his political release, and his life afterward. The scenes are very well-shot, and some of the photography is stunning. The acting is also excellent, especially from Garcia himself. He does a very good job, and he's certainly one of the best of the best South African actors at the moment. The only thing that I found a little disappointing was the limited amount of time that was shown of the trials that he was convicted of. I would have preferred to have seen more of his trial. Overall, this is a very well-made and interesting documentary, and it deserves more attention than it received. 9/10.

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Kathy Baker

I was a huge fan of Eduardo Garcia's, and had been hoping for a documentary to come out. I think Eduardo Garcia is a very good guy. I had never heard of him before, but his story was inspiring and entertaining. I think the documentary was well done and Eduardo Garcia was a very good man. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has any interest in Eduardo Garcia, or who is interested in music. Eduardo Garcia is a very interesting and interesting story, and I think this documentary does a good job of telling the story.

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I've seen a few documentaries in my life, but this is the first one that I have seen that I really enjoyed. I was impressed with how the director, Jose Luis Garcia Berlanga, presented the information in a way that was both entertaining and informative. He also had a very good sense of humor, which helped make the documentary a little more enjoyable. This is the first documentary I've ever seen that I thought was very informative and entertaining. I found myself thinking a lot about Eduardo Garcia and his life, and how his life was important for the people who were there to see it. I also found myself wondering what was going on in his life, and I was never really sure what his views were, but I think that's the point. It's important for us to know the people who were there to see the documentary, and to understand their lives. I also liked how they showed us the documentaries that Eduardo had done, which were all very important in his life. I think that this documentary is a great way to show people what Eduardo Garcia was all about. I think that if you have an interest in Eduardo Garcia, you will enjoy this documentary.

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Grace Green

In an era when people are more interested in the antics of celebrities than the actual story of a man who was the first person to really fly, this film is a breath of fresh air. It's a fascinating look at the life of a man who went from being a struggling fly fisherman in Puerto Rico to a world-famous stuntman in the late 1930s. The film takes us on a journey to the world of daredevilry, and it is a fascinating look at the history of flying, the people who were involved in it, and the way that it changed the lives of people around the world. It is a film that I think will appeal to a wide audience, and I can't wait to see it again. It is a very well-made film that really gives you a good look at the history of flying, and it is a film that I think is well worth seeing.

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This is a great documentary about Eduardo Garcia, a famous Argentine filmmaker who died in 2002. The movie starts out in the early 1980s when Eduardo was only a teenager. He started making movies as a way to support himself and his family. The documentary is divided into three parts: The first part is about the filming of his first movie. The second part is about his movies and his relationship with his wife. The third part is about his movies and his relationship with his wife. This movie is a good documentary about Eduardo Garcia and it is well done. It has great interviews with Eduardo's family, friends, and colleagues. Eduardo's friends are not only his family but also his friends. This documentary is well made and it is entertaining. It is a good documentary about Eduardo Garcia. It is well done and it is entertaining.