We hope that you will agree that the highly personalized approach Cuba and the Cameraman takes in trying to help the audience understand the lives and challenges of the Cuban people, sails strongly on the spirit and the substance of Edward R. Murrow's work. Ironically, Mr. Murrow was the first American reporter to try to break through Fidel Castro's revolutionary veneer. In a classic 1959 interview, Mr. Murrow doesn't actually get into Fidel's bedroom like we did, but Fidel does appear in his pajamas and reveals a side of his personality unseen before. It took us a lot longer than Mr. Murrow to capture this level of intimacy and trust from all our characters. 45 years. But it distinguishes Cuba and the Cameraman from all previous examinations of Cuba, and emulates the spirit of Mr. Murrow, making it worthy of your consideration.