“Making Revolutionary Cuba” has its basis in four years of oral histories and research that had its gathering in Cuba, US, and Puerto Rico. The story addresses critical gaps in the knowledge we have about the political conditions and the experiences that led to the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The research overturns usual standard narratives that lead to the reduction of the story of Batistas downfall. There are also the creative guerrilla strategies together with the magical charisma of Fidel Castro. The Stones in the making of their documentary are not of interest in beguiling the senses of cinematic superfluities. The producers of the documentary believe so thoroughly in the accomplishments that came from the revolution to date, and with the goals of the revolution. The documentary did not waste any time in trying to balance all the pros of the revolution with even a few cons of the revolution (Stone 4). "Compañeras and Compañeros" the documentary consists of interviews with young people that were witnesses of the revolution, teachers, sugarcane cutters, engineers and other people. The people were talking about how opportunities opened up and their jobs after the revolution. There is also talk about their commitments to the success of the revolution (Stone 15).
The book “Making Revolutionary Cuba” shows the underground urban movement and unarmed civic activists that had their backing of Fidel Castros organization that was of an armed guerrilla. The group undermined the state’s stability through a campaign with protests that had their basis on impressive acts of civil disobedience. There was a publication of a clandestine press and bombs that were targeted which meant to shatter normalcy in affluent areas, but they made sure there was no unnecessary civilian loss of life. Few of the above acts were massive in scale, but their impact and nature proved