Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In the early 1960s, the Tupamaros where a band of Uruguayan revolutionaries who patterned themselves after Castro. At the peak of their popularity, there were over 10,000 of them. As the years passed, the dynamics of the group changed until it became an established political party. This witty and insightful documentary looks at the past and present lives of some of the group's founding members.