Red Gringo
Dean Reed, the "Red Elvis" of Latin America

Red Gringo - Dean Reed, the "Red Elvis" of Latin America
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John

You've got a typo here..Red Gringo is the story of Dean Reed. John Reed was an earlier socialist voice in the struggles for worker rights. Red Gringo is a worthwhile watch, especially for those less familiar with the contexts in which he focused his activism. And then, yes! Learn more ...Read more

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Mitchell

What a disaster of a film. A great story totally botched, nothing but bunch of clips stuck together that tell us nothing about Dean Reed and his choices. Avoid this film at all costs and read Comrade Rockstar instead.

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