Oliver Stone's second documentary on/interview with Fidel Castro specifically addresses his country's recent crackdown on Cuban dissidents; namely, the execution of three men who hijacked a ferry to the United States.

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Oliver Stone's second documentary on/interview with Fidel Castro specifically addresses his country's recent crackdown on Cuban dissidents; namely, the execution of three men who hijacked a ferry to the United States.

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This documentary is featured on the Bonus DVD disc included in the Ultimate Oliver Stone Collection, released in 2004. See more »

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Follows Comandante (2003) See more »

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Don't Shake the Camera!
7 May 2004 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

Was it just me or was half this movie filmed during an earthquake in Cuba? I know Oliver Stone was trying to make moments of the documentary gritty and raw by having multiple digital cameras capture interviews, but give me a break. One of his cameramen was drugged up during the production. These crazy zooms and wobbly control of the camera gave me a headache after watching for a few minutes. I liked the topic and was interested in seeing what Fidel Castro was saying about America, but I had to change the channel because of the camera work. It was making my eyes bleed and my head hurt. I hope I can get this movie on cd so I can listen to it in my car.


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