Via Aljazeera comes a stunning, unflinching film about Cuban opposition activists and their daily struggle for freedom.
Mostly shot undercover, to escape the ever-present eyes and ears of the dictatorship's secret police, the documentary features testimonies from several Cuban dissidents, including several that have been featured on Uncommon Sense.
And most notably the Damas De Blanco, and their leader Bertha Soler.
This type of examination of life in Cuba has rarely been seen, because it has rarely been produced by a foreign press outlet.
It deserves and demands your attention.