Directed by Raymundo Gleyzer, 1971
Mexican revolution, November 20, 1910, Emiliano Zapata (with the large hat) and Pancho Villia to his right on the first row.
The documentary Mexico: The Frozen Revolution was directed by Raymundo Gleyzer in 1971. The Argentinian Gleyzer was a documentary filmmaker who was involved with Cine de la Base, committed to bring revolutionary films to the people. In 1976 Gleyzer was kidnapped and killed by the military regime in the Argentina's Dirty War.