Director: Ollie Aslin, Gary Lennon
Plot: Castro’s Spies tells the thrilling story of an elite group of Cuban intelligence agents sent undercover to the US in the 1990s.
Runtime: 1 Hour 42 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Thoughts on Castro’s Spies
Thoughts – Castro’s Spies is a documentary looking at how Castro planting spies in Miami to help keep plans to support Cubans moving to the country. We will hear different accounts of what they were involved, as they got their first steps into the world and became comfortable in their undercover life. We will see the history lesson of the revolution in Cuba and how the residents’ lives were changed over the decades through the years of difficult times. This will end up giving us the important history lesson, showing how Cuba evolved and adapted to what was happening within the country. This looks to expose the truth, in an honest opinion on what the men did to make the most of their lives for their country.
Final Thoughts – Castro’s Spies is an interesting documentary.