[act-ma] 3/09 El Comandante at the Harvard Film Archive
July 26th Coalition
info at july26.org
Fri Mar 2 12:39:30 PST 2007
*Friday, March 9th
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm*
Oliver Stone, US/Spain 2003.
One of the United States' most outspoken and controversial directors,
interviews one of the world's most outspoken and controversial heads of
state. Cuban leader Fidel Castro talks openly with Oliver Stone about
his relationship to Che Guevara, Kennedy and Nixon, as well his private
life. Friendly, yet tenacious in pursuing various lines of questioning,
Stone conducts an illuminating tête-à-tête with Castro, elucidating how
Cuba has existed at the border of the world's greatest superpower as its
most persistent antagonist for more than four decades. /El Comadante
/provides a fascinating insight into the mind of the man who has defied
and angered the majority of the American populace for the last fifty years.
This screening is presented by the Harvard Film Archive, and the David
Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.
Regular Admission $8. Students, Senior Citizens, Harvard faculty and
For more information go to
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
24 Quincy Street, Lower Level
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