An unlikely trio - filmmaker Michael Rubbo, Geoff Stirling, a millionaire Canadian broadcaster and higher consciousness seeker - and Joey Smallwood, a former Premier of Newfoundland, travel to Cuba in a private jet. Their goal is to meet with Fidel Castro and create a dialogue between him and the United States. But Fidel never show up. Michael Rubbo records each step of this wayward quest to meet the leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro.
DVD, All-zone regions; Dolby Digital.
Interviews with: Joey Smallwood, Geoff Stirling, Erich Honecker, Bernabe Ordez, Michael Rubbo.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1974.
Special features: video interview with Geoff Stirling, the Canadian millionaire traveling with the filmmaker's company, by Roger Maunder of the Nickel Film Festival; video letter from director Michael Rubbo about the making-of 'Waiting for Fidel'.
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