La Revolucion es un Sueño Eterno
Music for the film directed by Nemesio Juárez.
Having given the Criollo cause the arguments to defeat the Spanish at the Open Cabildo of 22nd May, 1810, and having led the Expeditionary Army of the North on a hard campaign, where he acted as representative of the First Assembly, Juan José Castelli falls into disgrace as a revolutionary and dies, alone and empoverished, of tongue cancer.
The key moments of his personal life and of the historical events in which he plays a decisive role come to Castelli’s mind while he endures a spurious trial, already mortally ill and feverish.
The film was released in the mark of Argentina’s bicentenary.