In films as varied as "The Usual Suspects," "Basquiat," "Fear and
Loathing In Las Vegas," "Traffic" and "Things We Lost in The Fire,"
Benicio Del Toro seems drawn to play the eccentric outsider.
Now in director Steven Soderbergh's "Che" -- which opens for a one-week
run on Friday in Los Angeles and New York -- Del Toro plays 1950s and
'60s revolutionary leader Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Following Guevara from
Mexico to Cuba to New York to Bolivia, the film -- which will screen as
a single 4-hour unit during its short run, and be broken into two
separate films for the wider release in January -- has a broad sweep,
but also an eye for the speci
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