• “Engaging and lovely to watch.” Sarah Stephens, Executive Director, Center for Democracy in the Americas. http://www.democracyinamericas.org/
  • “The most brilliant lines of the documentary come from the Cuban who is asked what does he think of the American people? He responds, “the American people are the best people in the world and among the most generous of nations…”and he then qualifies his statement, “when they are well informed”. Antonio C Martinez II, www.USCubaPolitics.com
  • “…an insightful and powerful documentary…brilliant camera work…a work of art as well as a work of love...a balanced documentary with extremely passionate individuals from both sides of the curtain of water.”     Ricardo Viera, Professor of Art, Director/Curator, Lehigh University Art Galleries www.luag.org 
  • “…an insightful documentary on radically different perspectives on the embargo/blockade issue. The camera work is excellent, and gives a good  feel for Cuba today. An excellent introduction to the dynamics in play more than 50 years after Washington broke relations with Cuba and pursued a failed policy of isolation.”                                                                      John Kirk, Professor Spanish and Latin American Studies, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • “I very much enjoyed [Curtain of Water]. The film brings a lot of nuance and feeling to a topic that is too often politicized.”                                            Caitlin Boyle, Founder/President  Film Sprout    www.filmsprout.org
  • “…it’s the most thorough explanation of the embargo that we’ve seen and is a must-see for anyone who hopes to help END the embargo.”                          Sandra Levinson, Director, The Center for Cuban Studies    http://www.cubanartspace.net   http://www.cubaupdate.org/
  • “…a very enriching  experience…”                                                                           Orlando Rojas, Tower Theater, Miami International Film Festival www.towertheatermiami.com
  • “The subject matter is great, and the filmmaking is quite good as well…” John Hoskyns-Abrahall, Bullfrog Films http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/

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