Filmmaker Oliver Stone marked the one-year anniversary of Hugo Chavez death with the premiere of his latest documentary. The film,Mi Amigo Hugo, aired at 9pm last night on Venezuela's government-owned Telesur network, according to Fox News Latino
Stone, an American filmmaker, was a close friend and confidante of the late Venezuelan president. The 50-minute documentary includes interviews with family members, friends, intellectuals and politicians close to Chavez, who died a year ago on March 5, 2013.
The documentary's premiere coincided with a day of commemoration in Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro led a parade and ceremony at the military headquarters in Caracas where Chavez is buried. The documentary (and celebrations) come at a time of turmoil for the Venezuelan people as protests continue to spread throughout the country.
What do you think? Will you watch the documentary?