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>> Guantanamo is a naval base in a sleepy town in rural Cuba. Both share a name but have pretty much nothing to do one with the other. But, they share pasts. I mean, before the Revolution Members of the US Navy used to go to the town, which is located like 30 kilometers away, for entertainment, basically.
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And after the revolution, that connection was lost. They share name. They share weather. They share. The same win. But the cultural connection is lost. One is a prison where everything is very rigid and control. And the other one is just a town where like the daily life is flourishing in every corner, where dogs are barking in every street and people are just Leaving the wife.
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And I guess for the prisoners in the prison they see their lives passing through a small little window of their cell. You just realise that they're completely two different universes. They're like 30 kilometers apart but they're just far away culturally.