(Cambios en Cuba): ¿Qué será de los más pobres sin “la libreta”?

- 10/11/11
Categoría: Cambios en Cuba, Cine
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¿Y si la pobreza se me convierte en miseria?, se preguntan algunos cubanos. ¿O la soportable miseria en miseria desesperada?, se preguntan en lo más íntimo.

Toda esa miseria, el día que los agraviados la saquen a pasear, caerá sobre el futuro con ácido sabor a nostalgia. Vivir para ver. (Y para comer.)

La libreta (2011) es un documental producido por la Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV de San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.

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32 Comentarios en “(Cambios en Cuba): ¿Qué será de los más pobres sin “la libreta”?”

  1. 1 Reflectometro Incontinente (marca registrada) dijo a las 2:25 am el 20/11/2011:

    HDR: billy club= macana de policia.

  2. 2 A HDR dijo a las 4:07 pm el 20/11/2011:

    A truncheon or baton (also called a cosh, Paddy wacker, billystick, billy club, nightstick, sap, blackjack, stick) is essentially a club of less than arm’s length made of wood, plastic, or metal. They are carried for less lethal self-defense purposes by law-enforcement officers, correctional staff, security-industry employees and (less often) military personnel. Other uses for truncheons and batons include crowd control or the dispersal of belligerent or non-compliant targets.

    A truncheon or baton may be used to strike, jab, block, bludgeon and aid in the application of armlocks. Sometimes, they also are employed as weapons by criminals and other law-breakers because of their easy concealment. As a consequence, they are illegal for non-authorized civilian use in many jurisdictions around the world. They have a common role to play, too, in the rescuing of trapped individuals—for instance, people caught in blazing cars or buildings—by smashing windows or even doors.


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