“a granular portrait of struggle and survival” - Nicolas Rapold
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"Why everyone should care about Venezuela."
“Provocative and Intriguing.” - AP, Joshua Goodman
“A La Calle” demonstrates the power and limitations of popular, peaceful resistance." - Peter Keough
“I’m so moved. What a wonderful and brave job. A La Calle is a strong documentary that people need to watch."
Jorge Ramos, Al Punto
"While Caicedo and Navarrete lucidly expose the big picture, it’s A La Calle’s focus on individual tales of hardship and rebellion that lends it true weight." - Nick Schager
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"A La Calle is terrific. Extremely well documented and extremely powerful." - Peter Rainer
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"A La Calle is a Must-See. This is an outstanding documentary and I hope it gets seen by as many people as possible.”
Ricardo Gallegos, Critic
“The sensationally well-reviewed film is accompanied by an equally compelling soundtrack.”
NPR “A La Calle is an amazing film... Navarrete and Caicedo have done what all great documentaries need to do; they take a situation that seems too big to even begin to think about and explain it in a way that not only makes sense, but makes each viewer see a little bit of themselves in it. The emotional connections they make to the leaders and on-the-street members of this movement make us not only empathize but also want and need to get involved."
Jeremy Goeckner, NPR Illinois, Front Row Network
“Epic” - Film critic Alejandro Rios
"HBO Max's A La Calle Documentary Sheds Light on the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela." by Cristina Escobar
" ...a powerful documentary that captures the courage and perseverance of everyday Venezuelans as they unite to restore liberty to their country."