Oliver Stone's controversial portrait of Fidel Castro, the iconic Cuban leader, is a surprisingly intimate film. Castro, the thorn in the side of the US government, is filmed here over three days by Stone. The interviews and conversations touch on subjects such as the Cuban missile crisis, the Bay of Pigs, the US embargo and other icons Che Guevara, Brigitte Bardo and even Charlie Chaplin.
Commentary - 1. Oliver Stone - Director/Featurette - 1. Stone's Press Conference at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2003
Release Date: 28 June 2004
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
Running Time: 99 minutes
Main Language: Spanish