“The movie tells Cuban history through characters (the Wasp network, communist spies and accessories to the murder of Americans whose convictions were upheld all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court) who aren’t portrayed like the bad guys but as victims of terrorist operations.” (the volunteer humanitarian group Brothers to the Rescue consist of these “terrorists,” as portrayed in a movie headlining Ana De Armas.)
“The (totalitarian) Cuban regime opened all the doors for us!” (to shoot the movie) said Director Oliver Assayas, who lived in Havana for half a year to make the movie.” (NO ME DIGAS, CHICO!)
“It was extraordinary because it was the first time that the Cubans opened the doors to have a filmmaker explore their contemporary political history” (Untrue–totalitarian Cuba’s doors were opened WIDE for Benicio Del Toro and Soderbergh to make their propaganda film “Che.”)
But still! It must be quite an HONOR, Mr Assayas–I mean to get the enthusiastic backing and cooperation for your film of the Stalinist regime that jailed, tortured and exiled the most filmmakers in the modern history of the Western Hemisphere!–and criminalized artistic freedom! Read more from Variety here.
“Gael Garcia Bernal (who proudly played Che Guevara in The Motorcycle Diaries and will proudly play a KGB-trained Castroite spy who conspired to murder Americans in Wasp network) added that the sees the Cuban Five as a different breed. “In what they are doing, they are not spies that are going somewhere else to kill someone…They are spies that are trying to stop violence...There is something very unique about the real story that highlights the act of love that made them do this. (Got it amigos? “Act of love.” (Bernal recited his Castroite script FLAWLESSLY!)
For some reason, Ana De Armas has quickly become a favorite of totalitarian Cuba’s KGB-founded and mentored media!
“Bond girl Ana De Armas pays tribute to her home country of Cuba in gushing post– “I’m proud of Cuba–I will always be proud of it,m I will always remember, I will always want the best for my country and my people.”
Granted, such gushings can be construed in various ways. But given that Ana De Armas is often gushed over in totalitarian Cuba’s KGB-founded and mentored media (pics above) –the obvious inference (especially in light of the rest of the info. above) is that recent Hollywood resident Ana de Armas is gushing about Castro and Che Guevara’s version of Cuba.