Fidel: The Untold Story

By Cliff DuRand

While President Obama has opened the way to improved relations with Cuba, the US still seeks to remake that country more to its liking. There is an unwillingness to accept what the Cuban Revolution was all about. Some insight into what that was is offered by Estela Bravo’s 2001 film Fidel: The Untold Story. This documentary juxtaposes the personal and the anecdotal with the history of the first 40 years of the Cuban Revolution and Castro’s fight to survive the post-Soviet period and the continued US embargo. It includes original and unusual interviews with Castro and exclusive footage from Cuban State archives, offering an intimate view into one of the most influential and controversial figures of our time. It offers a strong counterpoint on the eve of President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba. Don’t miss it.

Film
Center for Global Justice presents
Fidel: The Untold Story
Wed, Mar 9, 1pm
Teatro Santa Ana
La Biblioteca
Reloj 50A
60 pesos

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