Everyone loves Mojito’s, but after watching this, one can’t help but wonder why in a Communist state like Cuba there isn’t some sort of sort of punishment for people who make drinks this slow. C’mon Raul, cellphones are great but this guy needs to be harshly questioned and then given a short prison sentence.
The two-part saga runs four hours, 30 minutes. It is almost entirely in Spanish, a particular challenge for U.S. viewers who dislike subtitles. It dispenses with many cliches of the biopic, offering virtually no insight into the origin of Che’s brand of humanism, instead presenting impressionistic glimpses of Che’s idealism in action during the Cuban revolution and his attempt to foment a similar transformation in Bolivia.
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Hot of the press from Havana, almost: Government newspaper the Daily Granma newspaper has exposed what it says are links between the United States government and Cuban dissidents.
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Following the example of regional ally Venezuela, Cuba is turning to plastic homes to solve a national housing shortage. Continue reading