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Dir.: Lauren Greenfield
The name Imelda Marcos holds different meanings to different people. From her apartment in Manila, she talks about her life and career, from beauty pageants to life alongside her husband, Ferdinand Marcos, Philippines’ ruthless president, whose regime came to its demise by a revolution. Lauren Greenfield’s breathtaking documentary is a must film, with a revealing protagonist, a wealth of archival footage, a story that defies imagination. This is a Machiavellian political portrait and a cinematic excursion that should not be missed. (101 min., Eng., Heb. subt.)
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