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Academy-Award® winning director, Oliver Stone delivers a candid, in-depth conversation with one of the most controversial world leaders of our time, Fidel Castro. Stone challenges Castro to explain actions following the execution of three political dissidents who attempted to hijack a ferry to the United States in April 2003. Castro's response and his actions were condemned worldwide, further isolating Cuba. Stone was given unprecedented access, interviewing not only Castro, but many of the prisoners, their wives, leading dissidents and human rights advocates -- all of whom express their views forcefully in the emotionally charged environment of Cuba today. Whether or not you accept Castro´s world view, Stone´s, tough but fair portrait helps to illuminate Cuba's unique and complicated place in the world. Is Castro a moral leader defending his small island against a superpower or is he an ironfisted tyrant who tolerates no criticism? Or is the truth somewhere in between?
Its nice to see and hear some truth finally, after growing up in Miami, we were all brainwashed down there to think Fidel was the bad guy, while drugs and crime were being sold by... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James
Very good movie, everyone should watch it to understand CUBA.Published 12 months ago by C.A.J. Photographer
This is a must see, must have video on Cuba, Fidel and Oliver Stone, all real, all live. A modern, documentary very relevant to today's issues (US and Cuba).Published 22 months ago by patricia mcgarry
My students and I have been raving about this documentary and how it allows us to see multiple perspectives on an issue that can be completely one-sided in the United States.Published 22 months ago by Rick Barclay
Great video. Gives you a more personal look at Fidel Castro for those that would like to understand the history of Cuba.Published on September 5, 2013 by Victor Hernandez
As a Cuban this "documentary" is no more than another example of how Hollywood and the international left have downplayed and romanticized this fraudulent, bloody, and destructive... Read morePublished on July 16, 2013 by MamboCha.
I just saw this on iTunes. I've always liked Fidel and even more so now. Good for Stone for directing this. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by Cseke