"Lucio" is a colorful documentary about the life of Lucio Uturbia, a Spanish bricklayer and anarchist. Uturbia resists fascism, assists in the kidnapping of a Nazi war criminal, aids Black Panthers wanted by the US government, and brings Citibank to its knees by forging $20 million in travelers cheques to finance Latin American guerillas.
Spanish with English subtitles.
Directed by Aitor Arregi and Jose Maria Goenaga, 2007
This film screening will be a fundraiser for the Institute for Anarchist Studies. There is a $5 suggested donation. Funds collected will go towards the IAS' grant program, which they use to fund radical writers and their projects.
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