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A unique film and film experience.
As you are watching it you feel like there is no hope, that the poor will never better themselves, but as you near the end of the movie, you know that there is hope.
The oppressors here are the United Fruit Company, the men of the US Navy, American backed industrialists and military strongmen.
This is a FANTASTIC movie. It features, i believe, the longest uncut scene of any movie ever made. Really shows how pre-Castro Cuba was. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Young
Besides a very satisfactory scan of the original film, "Soy Cuba", the background material contained together in the box and within "The Soviet Mammoth"- the making of "I am Cuba"... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Bender
Had hoped to use for my students in my Spanish classes, but there is a need to explain too much of the history to explain what is going on in the films.Published 10 months ago by AliyaD
Great short stories, scenery, cinematography. Pretty cool seeing Cuba during the transition. The revolution has not benefitted the Cuban people.Published 11 months ago by john d hatley
Everyone should see this movie. Visually stunning. Great lesson here. I loved it and one day would like to take the educational tour of Cuba.Published 16 months ago by Somewheredownsouth
SIMPLE BUT LOVELY BOXSET FOR SUCH A BRILLANT CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE. THE TWO DUCUMENTARIES ARE AS PRECIOUS AS THE FILM ITSELF. RECOMMENDED!Published 18 months ago by HAN XIAO
Mikhail Kalatozov's 1964 film, I Am Cuba (Soy Cuba) is probably the most divergent film I've ever watched in terms of the quality of its constituent parts. Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by Cosmoetica
The style and production of the video are beautiful and it is a classic. I was enjoying it very much until towards the end, the inevitable happened and the good hearted peasant... Read morePublished on November 9, 2010 by Dr. Steven J. Smith
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