Oliver Stone, 'Looking for Fidel'

Maverick Director Probes Dictator's 2003 Political Crackdown

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Oliver Stone and Fidel Castro in Havana, Cuba

Oliver Stone and President Fidel Castro pose for photos in Havana after Stone's May 2003 interviews with the longtime Cuban president. Rose Serra/CORBIS hide caption

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with filmmaker Oliver Stone about his new documentary Looking for Fidel, which premieres on HBO tonight. Stone interviewed Cuban President Fidel Castro about his country's major crackdown on political dissidents in 2003.



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