NOBODY LISTENED SHOWS A TRUE CUBAN HORROR JUST WHEN Fidel Castro thought that the international impact of Armando Valladares's book, Against All Hope, was beginning to wane, along comes the film Nobody Listened. It gives stunning visual credence to accusations of Cuba's human-rights inferno. Never was the maxim "one picture is worth a thousand words" more accurate. The movie is composed mostly of footage taken recently in Cuba and of filmed testimonies of still-traumatized victims living in exile. It is undisputably the most comprehensive account of 30 years of atrocities under Castro.
Jun 25, 2005, 10:06:56
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