The uncompromising revolution
Explores Cuba's nationalization of American businesses, Castro's comments on Soviet aid and weapons, and his opinion on Cuba's role in Latin America, Nicaragua, and Angola. Interviewed workers either praise the absence of social classes and the benefits of socialized health and educational systems, or worry about corruption, cronyism, sloppiness in construction and other industries, and theft of state property. Women imprisoned in a model jail praise the prison and denounce their offenses. Includes brief discussions of divorce, art and culture, homosexuality, and santero.
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; Saul Landau ; Cinema Guild
Dictators ; Cuba
- Physical Description
1 Video (0:55:00); VHS}
- Other Identifiers
IULMIA Film Database: 40000002576827; Other: GR00307468; Other: CC5302; Catalog Key: 7816843; MDPI Barcode: 40000002576827
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