"the Anarchist rebellion"

Section 51 of In Patagonia provides a succint yet fulsome account of the Anarchist Rebellion (it's one of the longest chapters in the book), but Chatwin makes no mention of the film, La Patagonia Rebelde, by the Argentine director Hector Olivera. Based on the writings of Osvaldo Bayer it was released in June 1974 to critical acclaim, but swiftly shelved thereafter. Three years later, writing in The New York Times at the time of the film's delayed American release, the critic Victor Canby detailed the problems Olivera had faced against the backdrop of an increasingly right-wing climate during Juan Perón's final days.