Conclusion. Detailing the lives of ordinary Cubans, including a tobacco farmer who had open-heart surgery 10 years ago and still tends his fields. Also: the reliance on faith, including Catholicism and Santeria, despite Fidel Castro's long-ago effort to eradicate religion; the Cuban version of Monopoly that children play; a fireworks festival.
A two-part look at life in Cuba from filmmaker Karin Muller. Part 1 examines what some Cubans jokingly call the Cuban Revolution's three successes (health care, education and social equality) and three failures (breakfast, lunch and dinner). Included: the living conditions of ordinary Cubans, many of whom live in dilapidated buildings; the popularity of entertainment and sports; the government's decision to use tourism to boost the country's coffers.