Fresa y chocolate: A Subtle Critique of the Revolution in Crisis
This article uses Paulo Freire’s theories to illustrate Gutiérrez Alea’s attempts to continue a dynamic, Cuban revolution in light of what he depicts as a static revolution that has ceased to evolve. In fact, the film under study seems to present the achievements of Castro’s revolution as counter-revolutionary since the movement has suffered from bureaucratization, sloganism, and the banking model of education, which are all characteristics of an oppressive regime.
Deaver, William O..
"Fresa y chocolate: A Subtle Critique of the Revolution in Crisis."
Coastal Review, 4 (6): 1-14.
doi: 10.20429/cr.2013.040105 source: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/thecoastalreview/vol4/iss1/4/