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Fidel Castro sees Filmmaker Luis Moro’s movie Love & Suicide and ruptures his intestine.
Fidel Castro sees Filmmaker Luis Moro’s movie Love & Suicide – and ruptures his intestine. Castro is immediately hospitalized when he finds out Love & Suicide, the movie is screenings in Miami at AMC Theatres starting this August 11th. Cubans in Miami cheer in the streets.

LOVE & SUICIDE, the movie


WHEN: Starting August 11th.


3015 Grand Avenue

Coconut Grove, FL 33133



Or Call: (305) 466-0450.

Castro said he was delegating power in Cuba to his brother because

“he did not want to be around when Cuban’s in Miami see the real Cuba

in the film Love & Suicide. They’re going to come and get me when they see
Love & Suicide.” Fidel said, holding his guts in.

“Seeing the movie Love & Suicide caused an acute intestinal crisis with
sustained bleeding,” said a statement signed by Castro and read out by his official aide Carlos Valencia.

White House spokesman Peter Piper said he didn’t want to speculate on
Castro’s physical health. “But mentally, Love & Suicide, the movie scared

“Given the films success, we are monitoring the writer Luis Moro closely as
Love & Suicide screens around the world.”

As a country, we continue to work for the day when ‘The Cuban Evolution’
Luis Moro started reaches everyone.” Mr. Piper also told reporters. “Mr.
Bush will be holding a private screening to educate congress and the senate
on the films theme.”

Castro, who’s been in power since 1959 and turns 80 on August 13, two days after Love & Suicide opens in AMC Theatres at the famous Coconut Grove in
Miami, Florida; yelled, “MORO, MORO, MORO!”

Fidel Castro blamed Love & Suicide’s profound impact on him as the reason
for his pre-resignation move.

People around the world are overwhelming buying tickets for the upcoming
screenings in Miami.

For show times and tickets visit or call (305)

Visit for updates and additional screening in New
Mexico, Ohio and California.

You’re in “The Cuban Evolution.”


September 29, 2006 - Posted by | art, Blogroll, cuba, embargo, fidel castro, film, filmmaker, freedom, living, Los Angeles, media, Miami, movies, music, My Space, news, politics, travel, Uncategorized, video

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