TUPAC AMARU II, La Pelicula, 1984 Cuba/Perù dirigido por Federico García (version Español), Narrado por Nicomedes Santa Cruz.

José Gabriel Condorcanqui Noguera, conocido como Túpac Amaru II (*Tinta, 1742 – † Cusco, 1781), fue un líder quechua que encabezó la primera y mayor rebelión de corte independentista en el Virreinato del Perú. Los tributos excesivos, la mita y los abusos de los corregidores fueron las principales causas de la rebelión india que estalló el 4 de noviembre de 1780 en la localidad de Tinta.

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A retelling of the 1880 Incan uprising led by Túpac Amaru II (1742-1781), played by Reynaldo Arenas. Born José Gabriel Condorcanqui, Tupac was the cacique of a Peruvian town which he governed for the king of Spain. When he was unable to persuade the government to improve the living conditions of the Indians, he rejected Spanish culture, adopted the name and native culture of his great-grandfather (Tupac Amaru I, the last Incan king), and he rebelled against the Spanish. He was defeated, and the film ends with the execution of Tupac Amaru and his family. This film can be confusing, with many references to Incan history and culture, but it is worth the effort.


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