Steven Soderbergh’s long-awaited epic biopic of Che Guevara is finally in limited release with wide release (as two films) scheduled for January. Our regular film critic J. Hoberman weighs in with his typical erudition and razor wit. Hoberman writes that Soderbergh’s film is “perhaps a great movie and certainly something no less rare—a magnificently uncommercial folly. For who in 2008 could possibly want an American movie on the minutiae of guerrilla warfare? And so, this undertaking adds another puzzlement to Soderbergh’s enigmatic career.” Read the full article here.
PUBLISHED: December 19, 2008