The 20 films that all militant and politician should see

Whenever we present these types of articles, we like to clarify that this list does not express our taste or qualifying for these movies. All movies presented in the list have been released in 2015 or 2016 and can be watched on Movie2k for free online. Just them we have ordered and listed to be able to present to our readers……

In this case, all topics related to the policy or to the history of politicians, from the life of a politician in particular to the treatment of the topic from a general, encompassing all political point of view. Let them be with their respective trailers so they can choose and enjoy them next time.

In previous notes we have tabled another selection of films aimed at psychologists, doctors,lawyers and musicians who also recommend, you can see them at putlocker.

1 Citizen Kane (1941)

An important American Tycoon, Charles Foster Kane, owner of a major chain of newspapers, a network of radio stations, two trade unions and an unimaginable collection of works of art, dies at Xanadu, the fabulous Castle of oriental style. The last word pronounced before expiring, “Rosebud”, whose meaning is an enigma, awakens one huge curiosity both in the press and among the population. So the things, a group of journalists undertakes an investigation to unravel the mystery.

2. the politician (1949)

Willi Stark (Broderick Crawford), a brave and honest man, undergoes a transformation the day that decides to enter politics and see that everything is foul play. After being elected Governor, forgetting their principles, first thing it does is to take control of the press and radio. Become a corrupt being will do everything in its power to remain in power.

3. operation massacre (1973) – available on Youtube

Based on the novel testimony written by Rodolfo Walsh, “Operation massacre” (1957). In 1956 it fails a counter-punch military dictatorship self-styled Revolución Libertadora, and much land in José León Suárez, province of Buenos Aires, several civilians suspected of being part of the hoist are killed. However seven people manage to survive the massacre and tell the story.

4. the Patagonia rebelde (1974) – available on Youtube

In 1920, a few workmen of Patagonia (Argentina), grouped in anarchist and socialist societies decide to make a strike demanding labor improvements. Among workers there are many European emigrants ideologically influencing their peers. The situation becomes unsustainable and the Government of Yrigoyen instructs, from Buenos Aires, Lieutenant Colonel Zavala so reset the agenda.

5. all the men of the President (1976)

In 1972, two young journalists of the newspaper The Washington Post, Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman), begin to investigate the RAID on the headquarters of general of the Democratic Party in Washington. Its discovery triggered the so-called ‘Watergate’, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.


6. no more penalties or forgetfulness (1983) – available on Youtube

Celebrated adaptation of the novel by the Argentine writer Osvaldo Soriano, which proposes a critical look not without humor of the Argentine political reality. The film takes place in a small village, in which two factions of peronism face: one led by the Mayor, and the other represented by the municipal delegate. The film received several awards including the Berlin Film Festival.

7. the cries of silence (1984)

Sydney is a journalist of “The New York Times” sent to Cambodia in 1972 as a war correspondent.Once there, he meets Dith Pran, a native who serves as a guide and interpreter. In 1975, to the fall of the Cambodian Government, the United States withdrawing from the country, and Pran family emigrated to North America except he who decides to stay with the journalist to assist you further.Both live in the French Embassy, but when they decide to leave Cambodia, the Revolutionary Army forbidden to leave the country to Pran, who is detained in a concentration camp.

8 salvador (1986)

Tragedy on the civil wars in Central America in the 1980s. Richard Boyle was an American reporter who worked in El Salvador in this period. The shock experienced by to discover certain aspects of reality that was ignored by itself led him to compromise and to take a stand.

9. the night of the pencils (1986) – available on Youtube

In September 1976, during the first months of the military dictatorship in argentina, seven adolescents from the city of La Plata are kidnapped, tortured and killed as a result of their protests by student ticket increase. The film recounts these events from the voice and presence of its sole survivor.

10 JFK: Case open (1991)

New Orleans Jim Garrison (Costner) Prosecutor reopened the case of the assassination of the President of the United States John F. Kennedy and filed charges against some people. After interviewing numerous witnesses Dallas and people associated with the facts, it maintained the thesis that the assassination was the result of a conspiracy in which the FBI, the CIA and Vice President own Lindon B. Johnson could have intervened.

11 Nixon (1995)

Richard Nixon was one of the most controversial Presidents of the United States. While for some represented, in the wake of the Watergate case (1973), the worst of American democracy; for others, it was a great statesman who helped end the cold war.

12 – thirteen days (2000) – available on Youtube

The Cuban missile crisis. In October 1962, a series of aerial photographs of Cuba, obtained by the American army, revealed that the Soviets were installing nuclear weapons that could reach much of the United States on the island. To force the Soviet Union to dismantle missiles, President John F. Kennedy and his colleagues decided to blockade the island.

13. Kamchatka (2002)

The difficult years of the military dictatorship in argentina are referred to by Harry, a ten year old boy is the only thing you want to play and do mischief with his little brother. However, in 1976, when his family, pursued by the dictatorship, is forced to hide in the field, begins for a new life that will put an end to his childhood.

14 v of revenge (2006)

In the not-too-distant future, Britain has become a totalitarian country run with an iron fist by a tyrant (John Hurt). One afternoon, after curfew, Evey (Natalie Portman) is rescued by a mysterious masked whose name is V (Hugo Weaving) in the street. The strange character explains what are their plans to regain freedom. And, indeed, all actions of V must aim to make explode a revolution against the fascist government across the country.

15 – The Queen (2006)

Account of the political events following the death of Princess Diana. Focuses primarily on the talks between Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister Tony Blair to reach an agreement on the popular demand that held a national mourning.

16. the war of Charlie Wilson (2007)

In the early 1980s, an American Congressman fond of fun, a woman of high society of Houston advocate staunch of good causes and a passionate about the challenges CIA agent, they conspired to carry out the biggest secret operation history. Joanne Herring (Julia Roberts), one of the richest women of Texas and virulent anti-communist, convinced the Congressman Charlie Wilson (Tom Hanks) to help the Afghan Mujahideen, getting funds and arms to expel the Soviets from Afghanistan. Charlie struggle in this hard battle companion was the agent of the CIA Gust Avrakotos (Philip Seymour Hoffman).

17-che: the Argentina – Guerrilla (2008)

Biopic of the famous guerrilla and revolutionary Ernesto ‘che’ Guevara, based on her diary. It tells the period of the guerrillas in Sierra Maestra, under the command of Fidel Castro, from the landing of the Gramma in December 1956, until the flight of Batista, President who ruled Cuba with the blessing of the Americans since 1952. At the Cannes Film Festival was issued entirely (four 4 hours and a half). It is output divided into two films in commercial cinemas: “Che: the Argentine” and “Guerrilla” (about 140 minutes each).

18. the challenge: Frost Nixon (2008) against

Adaptation of the play by Peter Morgan about the interview with journalist David Frost to President Nixon. During the three years that followed his departure from the White House, Richard Nixon remained silent. However, when in the summer of 1977, he gave an interview to talk about its mandate and the Watergate, he surprised everyone by choosing to David Frost. Even the team of journalist was not very sure of the success of the interview would could be Nixon evade questions about his role in one of the most outrageous cases that Casablanca had been involved? Could Frost boot clear answers to a man who was a master of the evasion and subterfuge?

19 Invictus (2009)

Adaptation of a book by John Carlin (Playing the enemy). In 1990, after his release, Nelson Mandela (Morgan Freeman) reaches the Presidency of his country and decreed the abolition of the “Apartheid”. Its aim was to carry out a policy of reconciliation between the black majority and white minority. In 1995, the celebration in South Africa in the Rugby World Cup was the instrument used by the black leader to build national unity.

20 revolution: Crossing of andes (2010) – available on Youtube

Leandro Ipiña takes distance from the points of view that were previously addressed in this new film about San Martin. Narrated by an old man who in his youth was clerk of San Martín and in the 1880’s the story just manages to survive on a pension, film intertwines the intimate interest of his narrative with a visual display of overwhelming dimensions to cover this first crossing of the Andes where San Martin raised the release of all South America of the Viceroyalty.

21. white elephant (2012)

It tells the story of friendship between two priests, Julian and Nicolas, after surviving an attempted assassination by the military during his work in Central America, settled in a suburb of Buenos Aires to develop their apostolate and social work. There they meet Luciana, who will fight elbow with elbow against corruption, endemic in the area. His work will face them with the hierarchy and the Government and police power. Despite everything, will continue to risk their lives to maintain their commitment and loyalty with the residents of the neighborhood.

Clarifications are important: this list is not sorted by importance or transcendence. Just trying to list the movies that have the same theme (or similar) and show them all together with their respective trailers. They can not be a country-specific movies since we took the most named in the majority of fans and suitable blogs on the subject.