Cuba and the Cameraman

Documentaries, 2017, 114 minutes
Cuba and the Cameraman
Emmy-winning filmmaker Jon Alpert chronicles the fortunes of three Cuban families over the course of four tumultuous decades in the nation's history.
The documentaries Cuba and the Cameraman is a Netflix Original and was released in 2017 and lasts 114 minutes. Parents strongly cautioned This documentaries is Provocative.
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Score: 8.2 of the 10

Life in Cuba for three struggling families over the course of 45 years, from the cautious optimism of the early 1970s to the harrowing 1990s after the fall of the Soviet Union and the 2016 death of Fidel Castro.

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Audio: Italian;French;Spanish;German;English [Original];English - Audio Description
Subtitles: Spanish;Simplified Chinese;English;Traditional Chinese;French

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