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Tupamaro: Urban Guerrillas is an award-winning feature length documentary that chronicles the life of Alberto "Chino" Carias, the leader of a vigilante "colectivo" from the slums of Caracas, Venezuela. Once accused of robbing banks and killing cops, Chino sheds his outlaw reputation and takes a post in Hugo Chavez's government. But after Chavez dies, the country's struggling economy collapses. In the absence of true law and order, Chino clings to his contradictory roles as saint and executioner.
Tupamaro: Urban Guerrillas is directed by Martín Andrés Markovits, produced by Matt Weinglass, Martín Andrés Markovits, Peter Marshall Smith and Carlos Corredor, co-produced by Andrew Rosati and Sebastian Kennedy, co-executive produced by Ryan Foland, Michelle Berezan, Francisco Roman and Rossana Lafianza. The documentary was executive produced by the late Hollywood legend Ed Asner.