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As everyone points out this film is bias, which it is.
You will only be disapppointed if you expect this to be a "balanced" or a "critical" look at the life of Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution.
It strikes me as incredibly ignorant seeing that these people praise fidel from the comforts of the US.
This is a propaganda film, painting him as likeable, charming, humane.that documentary is a slap in the face to the oppression they experience. Read morePublished 1 month ago by aura
Good to have very educational and informative. I enjoyed watching the story of Fidel Castro it was very interesting and a great tool to havePublished 16 months ago by Ann
Another excellent view of Fidel's more personal views. For those that would like to know more about the Cuban leaderPublished 18 months ago by Victor Hernandez
a MUST SEE for all AMERICANS and anyone else who has been exposed to Washington's one-sided portrayal of this tiny island nation.... :)Published 19 months ago by W. Holm
This is the worst documentary I have seen on Fidel Castro! It is an unbalanced propagandistic story that portrays Fidel as a romantic revolutionary, when in reality he betrayed the... Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Gus Venegas
If you have not seen Fidel: The Untold Story...rush and get it before it goes out of existence.
Even if you do not like the former Cuban President, this documentary will give... Read more
Most people in the US know absolutely nothing about Cuba. We know even less about Cuba in the 1960s. Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by el molestoso
`Fidel: The Untold Story' is an exceptional documentary looking at the life and times of Fidel Castro. Read morePublished on January 29, 2011 by Spider Monkey
Anyone who has delved into the long series of events since the dictator Castro seized power by force knows the truth of what has happened to that once prosperous Carribbean... Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by Arthur Van Pelt