Cuba and Fidel
- 1976 ----- color ----- 24 min ----- 16mm
Focuses on an interview with Fidel Castro interwoven with aspects of Cuba. Castro speaks about differences with the United States which led to severed relations, about changes in Cuba since the revolution, about socialism and capitalism. He defends Cuba's "coercive" society on economic grounds as a necessity during a transition period. He is followed on tours of inspection. Shows the contrasts of old and new, industrialization and poverty.
- Topics: (History: Latin American, Political Science: Latin American, Third World)