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Havana is amazing, a colorful place indeed - it's a place I'd love to know better. You can feel the excitement in the air when approaching Marina Hemingway from the sea. Entering the marina you hear Cuban music from all quarters. One feels that every dilapidated building has a thousand stories. You can hear voices from the past echoing an endless celebration. You see the hardship of revolution in peoples faces; they move down the street with an elegant and fateful rhythm. It's a hard life perhaps, but there's vitality and charm waiting to bust loose and fill the world with the upside of Cuban culture; its unique style of passion for life. We hope the changes that are coming to Cuba are good ones, and we hope Cuba comes back to the world to share its charms with all of us. Let's welcome Cuba to a better world. We thank you for your hospitality. Viva Havana!

 

Films About Cuba

Synopsis

Will the real terrorist please stand up chronicles half a century of hostile US-Cuba relations by telling the story of the “the Cuban five”, intelligence agents sent to penetrate Cuban exile terrorist groups in Miami and now serving long prison sentences. The film highlights decades of assassinations and sabotage at first backed then ignored by the very government that launched a “war against terrorism.” In the film, viewers see leading terrorists, now in their 80s, recounting their deeds, and Cuban state security officials explaining why they infiltrated agents into violent Miami exile groups.

The film, featuring Danny Glover and 84 year old Fidel Castro in key scenes, raises and tries to answer the question: what did Cuba do to deserve such hostile treatment? It traces key events from the Bay of Pigs and Cuban Missile Crisis, through multiple assassination attempts on Fidel Castro’s life. This documentary reveals a story of violence that also echoed on the streets of Washington DC, New York and especially Miami where Cuban American critics of the bombers and shooters also wound up dead.