Quick, find a safe space in which to hide and keep your rage under control.
Or –if the rage level is uncontrollable — ready yourself for launching a vandalism crusade against theaters and for the inevitable prison sentence that will follow.
If you do take the second route, unfortunately, there isn’t much you will be able to do about expressing your rage against DVD’s, Blue Rays, and Cable movie channels.
The world will be flooded with crap about “Cuban Boy” Elian, for sure. And once again, guess who will play the hero and who will play the villain?
No need to guess. Just read the article below.
Documentary about Cuban Boy Elian to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
A documentary produced by a Belfast-based production company will debut at the world-famous Tribeca Film Festival in New York this evening.
Featuring personal testimony, interviews and a news archive, the documentary recounts Elian’s remarkable rescue on Thanksgiving Day 1999, after his mother and 10 others fleeing Cuba perished at sea, and the custody battle between the boy’s Cuban father and his Miami-based relatives.
Set against the backdrop of a tense and acrimonious relationship between the US and Cuba, it is the story about family and the challenges of reconciliation.
The documentary uses one boy’s remarkable journey to plot the path to rapprochement between Cuba and the US, and is underscored by a deeply moving personal and political commentary.
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