Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Despite a well-established record of mass torture and imprisonment of thousands of law-abiding citizens for political reasons, it sometimes appears that the regime of Ferdinand Castro in Cuba has gotten away with its crimes. So completely is this the case that, to leftists all over the world, the name "Castro" still has a heroic ring to it. Consequently it has become almost taboo to discuss the horrific misdeeds of the "hero's" regime, but the makers of this documentary intend to set the record straight, and in a series of interviews with survivors of Castro's prisons, they reveal many surprising facts about the dictator's perfidious regime. Many of those interviewed were formerly high officials in Cuba's communist government who fell from favor. They know (literally) where the bodies are buried.
authoritarian, Cuba, political-leader, regime, revolution