Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?
It’s one of the documentaries competing in the event at the Charles Chaplin Movie Theater on December 11th
A film about terrorism against Cuba, produced and directed by US academic Saul Landau, is being presented at the 32 International New Latin-American Film Festival.
The documentary entitled Will the real terrorist please stand up? is one of the 515 competing in the event and premiers at the Charles Chaplin Movie Theater on December 11th.
The film deals with 50 years of terrorism against the Caribbean island and presents the case of the Five Cuban anti-terrorists who tried to prevent subversive actions against their country and have been unjustly locked in US jails for 12 years.
The documentary includes interviews with renowned terrorists Luis Posada Carriles, Orlando Bosch, José Basulto and others, who freely walk down the streets of Miami, supported and protected by the government of the United States.
A writer, journalist, documentary maker and academic, Landau has received awards such as the Emmy, George Polk, First Amendment, Letelier-Moffit and Bernardo O Higgings.