Fidel: The Untold Story (2001)
Filmmaker Estela Bravo's controversial documentary chronicles the public and private sides of the Cuban leader seen as a tyrant by some and a revolutionary hero by others. Rare photos and film footage trace Fidel Castro's boyhood and days as a student activist, the 1959 rebellion that brought him to power, and four decades of Cuban-U.S. tensions, while interviews with Muhammad Ali, Harry Belafonte, Nelson Mandela and other notables are featured. 91 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; deleted scenes; biography; theatrical trailers.