I Am Cuba

Rating:8.2
Released:1964
Genres:Drama
Crew:Writer: Enrique Pineda Barnet | Writer: Evgeny Evtushenko | Cinematography: Sergei Urusevsky | Production Design: Yevgeni Svidetelev | Director: Mikhail Kalatozov

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An unabashed exercise in cinema stylistics, I Am Cuba is pro-Castro/anti-Batista rhetoric dressed up in the finest clothes. The film's four dramatic stories take place in the final days of the Batista regime; the first two illustrate the ills that led to the revolution, the third and fourth the call to arms which cut across social and economic lines.




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Writer: <strong>Enrique Pineda Barnet</strong> | Writer: <strong>Evgeny Evtushenko</strong> | Cinematography: <strong>Sergei Urusevsky</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Yevgeni Svidetelev</strong> | Director: <strong>Mikhail Kalatozov</strong> imageWriter: <strong>Enrique Pineda Barnet</strong> | Writer: <strong>Evgeny Evtushenko</strong> | Cinematography: <strong>Sergei Urusevsky</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Yevgeni Svidetelev</strong> | Director: <strong>Mikhail Kalatozov</strong> imageWriter: <strong>Enrique Pineda Barnet</strong> | Writer: <strong>Evgeny Evtushenko</strong> | Cinematography: <strong>Sergei Urusevsky</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Yevgeni Svidetelev</strong> | Director: <strong>Mikhail Kalatozov</strong> image


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