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This thoughtful adaptation begins with a portrait of Guevara as an unseasoned youth at home in Buenos Aires city, which sets up his ventures into the rural heart of the Latin American continent. Early scenes focus on Argentina’s urbanity (with scenes of Granado and Guevara saying their goodbyes in Bue≥≤ Eduardo Elena nos Aires) and the nation’s famed wealth (exempliﬁed by the visit to the imposing vacation estate of Guevara’s girlfriend, Chichina Ferreyra). These passages of the ﬁlm underscore Guevara’s connections to a privileged social milieu, but also his personal disdain for its pretensions (conveyed through the actor Gael García Bernal’s formidable frown).
What, then, was Guevara’s place within this society shaped by multiple nationalist currents? On the whole he attempted to distance himself from Peronist nationalism. We can view Guevara’s decision to embark on a voyage outside Argentina as an attempt to break free from a nationalist political milieu, or at the very least, as the expression of a desire to immerse himself in a di√erent reality. Yet in spite of his mistrust of o≈cial patriotism, Guevara’s orientation toward travel bore the marks of broader nationalist cultural inﬂuences, above all in his constant attraction to remote, ‘‘authentic’’ rural spaces and their inhabitants.
Palacios devoted much of his book to concrete legislative suggestions, thus limiting its readership. ≥π) In any event, Guevara would set forth into the same regions traveled by Palacios during his motorbike journey, in search of his own experience of national discovery in the provincial interior. He would encounter the same devastating signs of deprivation along the roadsides of Argentina’s backcountry. The Peronist regime reworked the themes of earlier nationalist writers and political actors during the 1940s and 1950s, amplifying the discourse of discovery to an unprecedented level.