Cuba: A Spy in the House that Castro Built presents the Island Nation as a Puzzle of Conflicting Identities; the romanticized but impoverished ruins of Havana compete with idyllic beaches and all-inclusive luxury resorts, demonstrating its failed socialist model. A Spy in the House that Castro Built captures this conflict through the juxtaposition of scenes that depict the everyday lives of the Cuban people, and scenarios that reveal Cuba's luxury economy and identify the island as an idyllic destination for international tourists.
Housekeeper, Iberostar Grand Hotel, Trinidad, Cuba
Street Arcade, Havana, Cuba
Sasha On The Roof, Varadero, Cuba
Barbershop Friday Night, Havana Cuba
Tobacco Storeroom, Trinidad, Cuba