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Cuba and the Cameraman

Description
Emmy-winning filmmaker Jon Alpert chronicles the fortunes of three Cuban families over the course of four tumultuous decades in the nation's history.
Actors: Jon Alpert
Genre: Documentary
Country: United States
Release: 2017
IMDb: 8.3
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Duration: 113 min
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Los Angeles Times
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November 22, 2017

But it's the salt-of-the-earth Borregos, a trio of farmer brothers and their sister, who give the film its most involving through-line, and its heart.
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Hollywood Reporter
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November 20, 2017

... Cuba and the Cameraman is sustained by the strong bonds of trust which the gregarious [director Jon] Alpert has evidently been able to maintain with Cubans from various echelons of this theoretically classless society.
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New York Times
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November 23, 2017

In part because of its political blind spots, "Cuba and the Cameraman" is captivating. (Whatever you think of Mr. Alpert's perspective, it's interesting.)
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Film Journal International
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November 22, 2017

A veteran documentarian's 40 years of charting the changing fortunes of Cuba and its people yields an informative and personal portrait of Castro's nation.
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November 22, 2017

The film's lifeblood can be found in its connective tissue, as Alpert continually revisits the same memorable assortment of Cuban peasants and city folk.
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