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The film revolves around the biography of a thinker in the process which he regains rights for workers. Chavez is a Mexican-American, who organized uprisings at the plantations in California in the year 60. Finally, his efforts has been keeping an eye on by the international community, culminating in the uprising received the support from Robert Kennedy.
While Cesar Chavez was an important figure in the fight for farmworkers' rights, a film adaptation of his work simply doesn't make for a very compelling experience, especially when it doesn't deliver the emotional impact that it should.
Labor struggles and mass movements are the most difficult to pull off in this strictly status quo society, and the same could be said for movies re-enacting any of that suppressed US history. But this heroic and healing yet candid biopic does just that.