Scene taken from “Pancho villa” by Francesco Taboada Tabone
Pancho Villa is best described as a collection of memories of the Mexican revolutionary. Almost one hundred years later, director Tabone interviews several Mexicans about one of the most well-known leaders of the Mexican Revolution. With the exception of one American, every person interviewed by Tabone expresses nothing but positive memories of Pancho Villa; a good general who did everything for the well being of his fellow citizens. Although the documentary is a bit one-sided in our opinion, it contains a lot of interesting archive footage and shows how important Pancho Villa has been for the formation of Mexico as a nation and its sense of pride.