Looking For Fidel

Looking for Fidel is a documentary film by Oliver Stone, released in 2004. It is a follow-up to his 2003 documentary Comandante and likewise consists of interviews with the Cuban leader Fidel Castro. This time, interviews of some Cuban political dissidents are included as well. The film specifically deals with the 2003 crackdown on dissidents in Cuba, and the execution of three men who attempted to hijack a ferry to the United States.

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  1. An excellent documentary. Whether you agree with Fidel or not, there is no doubt he is a very intelligent individual. In reality, no one is truly free from oppression, not even in a country like Canada. Considering the U.S has had an embargo against Cuba for over 40 years, it is amazing how well their people have persevered. Check out documentaries on CIA activites in Cuba, (putting powdered cement in the Cuban milk supply) and you soon realize Fidel is a necessary thorn in the rearend of the U.S, whose people need to be reminded that totalitarian societies come in many forms, even those who would have you believe are democratic. Live long, and prosper everyone!

  2. This one is down (copyright violation claim)