What? Andy Garcia's directorial debut in "The Lost City" was dissapointing to me for several reasons. Now listen FIRST My Cuban Friends (Whom I love) before you JUDGE me, ok. The film is so incredibley biest and you would actually think Mr.Garcia, living in the great U.S.A would show the "other side' of the revolution. But to my dismae, He went along and turned Fidel and Ernesto El Che Guevara into criminals on a meaningless quest for anarchy. I really wanted "Andy Garcia" to show me, show us how he viewed the revolution, not how Cubans viewed the revolution. If that's the case then he should of just put a disclaimer before the movie stating "Ok, the guys in military fatigues are bad people, so let's hate them". It was in my opinion very flat and as his directorial debut, it would have shown more dignity and depth as an artist to show both sides equal. Instead his film looked as one-sided as he made the "Revolutionaries" look. I think he let personal emotion get in the way and dismissed the movie as an art.