A passionate documentary by the late Nestor Almendros about the "Cuban Revolution" going wrong, while "nobody listened." Even the U.S.A., 90 miles away from Cuba, did much to stop it's own increasing human rights and other abuses.
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A passionate documentary by the late Nestor Almendros about the "Cuban Revolution" going wrong, while "nobody listened." Even the U.S.A., 90 miles away from Cuba, did much to stop it's own increasing human rights and other abuses.

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An extraordinary documentary
13 June 2001 | by (Miami, Florida) – See all my reviews

I have seen this documentary several times and still touches my heart. For some of my American friends it's not easy to understand the full dimension of Castro's dictatorship and the constant violation of human rights in Cuba. While Hitler and Stalin have been considered cruel dictators, Castro is still called the "president" of Cuba even though he refuses to have elections and those who dare to express their opinion against the Communist regime have only three options: jail, death or exile. If someone can tell me how I can buy this documentary, I will appreciate it. My respect to late Nestor Almendros and to Jorge Ulla for this testimony of the suffering of my people.


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