Caracas__ The documentary Chávez infinito: a leader of the people and for the people, by the Argentinean María Laura Vásquez, is to be broadcasted this Sunday in the Telesur chain, on the fourth anniversary of the death of the Venezuelan, Prensa Latina publishes.

The premiere of the audiovisual also coincides with a Summit of ALBA (Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America), recently announced by Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, aimed at paying tribute to the late Commander Hugo Chávez.

In an interview with the Argentine documentary filmmaker Leandro Albani, published in Latin American Resumen, he emphasizes that the short film highlights the most profound and genuine feelings of the humblest person, Chávez, who, for the first time, represented the poor people without mediations.

"The documentary has the testimony of eight people who tell their stories with the Venezuelan leader with love, respect and commotion, outside of the well-known repetitive and empty slogans," Albani explained.

The director of the documentary recalls that she was in Venezuela in 2013, a few months after the death of Chavez, and was impacted by the Venezuelans' anecdotes of how they lived on the day of his death.

According to Vásquez, her new film took off from more theoretical issues, that is why Chávez Infinito, is not a historical-political analysis of what it meant for Latin America or for the world oil policy, but it is a vision of him given by the people and since the emotional point of view.

About Commander Hugo Chavez, María Laura Vásquez tells that she had the experience of seeing him on several occasions, he was a human being of absolute light.
"For me he was a teacher in every sense of the word, for what he said, for what he did and for what I felt the times I was close to him. He was an energetically overwhelming, magnetic, fantastic guy, "she said.
Commander Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías was born in Sabaneta, Barinas, on July 28, 1954, leader of the Fifth Republic Movement since its founding in 1997 and President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela since February 2, 1999 Until his death on March 5, 2013.

He was one of the most prestigious revolutionary leaders in Latin America in the recent years and promoted the cooperation in South America and the Caribbean playing a decisive role in the creation of important continental and regional groupings such as ALBA, Mercosur, Union of Nations Suramericanas (Unasur) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), among others.

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