Tus derechos » Respeto tus derechos como usuario por encima de todo, así que puedes acceder, rectificar, limitar y suprimir tus datos siempre que quieras. One of the tragedies is that there are some missing parts of that thousand hours that we were hunting for. Where is the mention of the rampant prostitution of women and children, because that is the only way that people can make dollars and euros to be able to feed their families? Whatever your opinion is of Castro and his autocratic tendencies, this documentary concentrates its light on the Cuban people, their relationships with each other, their country and with the cameraman. Alpert is also amazing with his beautiful mind and effort. If you wrote the New York Times obituary for him, what would it say? It's hard not to like the unspoiled, friendly and proud people profiled in this documentary.
La incapacidad del documentalista para llegar a las conclusiones elementales que cualquiera arribaría a partir de sus propias imágenes no limita el documental sino, a su manera indirecta ilumina otra realidad tan persistente como la del poder castrista sobre la isla: la del entusiasmo de buena parte de la izquierda occidental por eso que llama Revolución Cubana sin importar las evidencias que puedan presentársele, su fe incapaz de conmoverse ante los insistentes llamados de la realidad. There is so much depth and complexity to the Cuban story, and it can be incredibly confusing to go between the worlds of tourism, government lectures, and time in the homes or fields of Cubans. What is not confusing, is connecting with Cubans. As the nation reels from its melancholy to moving on, Cuba and the Cameraman closes with a powerful visual statement that although the parties for Fidel might be over, the Party still marches on. I don't think anyone would have approved of a documentary of Hitler walking around being a likable guy, but somehow it is okay to do it with Fidel Castro even though he's also a mass murderer. Add to that the sentiments of exiles and one can struggle to navigate these waters and formulate clear opinions.
He visto grandes y fantásticos documentales, pero, como te digo, Cuba and the Cameraman es probablemente, y al menos hasta la fecha, el mejor que haya visto nunca. This guy didn't not visit the Little Havana in Florida, doing some in-depth interviews on these refugees, most of them are now living in abundant status. Si no tienes cuenta en Netflix, estate atento por si lo reproducen en algún festival cinematográfico o en el cine no sé yo si en algún momento lo pondrán en la tele , porque de verdad que merece la pena verlo. Si a ello le añadimos que Cuba nunca ha sido el país más sencillo, sobre todo en el pasado, y que el autor y filmador del documental es americano. El estadounidense Jon Alpert, autor y filmador de este documental, visitó Cuba por primera vez en los años 70, cuando solo contaba con unos ventipocos años. One is constantly meeting people in unexpected positions with extraordinary education. Affable to the extreme and dangerously absent of an agenda, he and his seldom-seen wife were among the first American video reporters to go down to Cuba, and almost certainly the friendliest.
It was often about them. When Obama decided to defrost the enemy status quo, these refugees in their sanctuary country would have to give up their refugee identity and lost their refugees' benefits and welfares, and I think they are now more angry at the American government than against their mother island. Por ello, no creas que esta es una pieza solo para viajeros amantes de Cuba o para los interesados en política. Though Fidel remains mindful of projecting his strongman image, never seen without a lengthy cigar, always attired in uniform, Alpert still captures a uniquely candid view of a near-mythical figure being just a man. Su argumento no puede ser más elemental: cuenta la historia de los viajes del documentalista norteamericano Jon Alpert a Cuba durante más de cuarenta años y sus encuentros reiterados con , con un trío de hermanos campesinos de Caimito ya ancianos al inicio del documental, y con varios jóvenes negros de la Habana Vieja y Centro Habana.
Throughout the film, Alpert demonstrates a knack for communicating on an intimate level with interviewees, making the camera party to the engaging interaction between him and his subjects, from the Borregos to Fidel Castro, whom Alpert meets and interviews over decades. This filmmaker does an excellent job of connecting the viewer with the experience of Cuban people for them to develop their own opinions based on these stories, history, geopolitics, etc. Watching and the Cameraman on netflix. We were lucky enough to be selected for the Venice Film Festival. The stories portrayed here are exactly what one sees when you develop friendships over the years in Cuba.
I've tried to follow the high rating reviews and gave it a try. I don't expect that Mr. Well just watched it, nobody mentioned what it was about, I thought it was like a travel movie, just showing different places, boy was I wrong, right now I'm an emotional wreck, loved this, and if anyone hasn't seen it. Where does this show children being forced to cut sugar cane for free during the summers since 7th grade? Una serie de casualidades permitieron a Alpert acercarse a Fidel Castro como poca gente lo hacía, sobre todo tratándose de un periodista estadounidense, en su mayoría rechazados por las tiranteces con Estados Unidos y su política respecto a Cuba y el comunismo. We really hunted for that material, but I think it was among the footage that just got so waterlogged we threw it out at the time. Instantáneamente se convirtió en el mejor documental que haya visto nunca.
Artículo de opinión: Las declaraciones y opiniones expresadas en este artículo son de exclusiva responsabilidad de su autor y no representan necesariamente el punto de vista de CiberCuba. Estaré encantada de echarte una mano con lo que te haga falta :. There's a sense of resiliency and humor that is inspiring. . Borders are blinding, and islands are isolated by more than just water. We had a flood ten years into the project.
All images courtesy of Netflix. And I often was the first camera there and the first person to tell the story in those places. Do you recall any sort of moment that you realized your documentation of Cuba would become the biggest part of your professional and creative life? This film also captures that phenomenon. But toward the end of this film I realized I had become a character just as much as the three families and Fidel. I got emotional for three farmer brothers. The people would have enjoyed telling their story though, and what a great body of unique work it has produced as a result of this filmmakers diligence.