The information was provided
by the Coordinator of the US International Committee for the
Freedom of the Cuban Five, Alicia Jrapko, who told ACN that
there will be two showings at the Kellen Auditorium of the New
School for Social Research, at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. She added
that Landau will introduce the film and will carry out a
question and answer meeting after each screening.
The screenings will be part of celebrations for the 40th
anniversary of the Center for Cuban Studies, in cooperation with
the Center for Public Scholarship, at the New School. “Will the
Real Terrorist Please Stand Up” chronicles half a century of
hostile US-Cuba relations by telling the story of the "Cuban
Five", who monitored the activities of Cuban exile terrorist
groups in Miami and are now serving long prison sentences (one
was recently released on probation after serving 13 years).
The film highlights decades of assassinations and sabotage at
first backed and then ignored by the very government that
launched "war against terrorism." In the film, viewers see
leading terrorists, now in their 80s, recounting their deeds,
among other details.