"House of Lies" camera assistant Michael Endler prepares for a shoot outside the Bodeguita Del Medio bar, in Havana, Cuba. Until recently, Hollywood filming in Cuba would have likely set off outrage among anti-Castro Cuban-Americans who say trade with Cuba feeds repression on the island.
"House of Lies" camera assistant Michael Endler prepares for a shoot outside the Bodeguita Del Medio bar, in Havana, Cuba. Until recently, Hollywood filming in Cuba would have likely set off outrage among anti-Castro Cuban-Americans who say trade with Cuba feeds repression on the island. Desmond Boylan AP
"House of Lies" camera assistant Michael Endler prepares for a shoot outside the Bodeguita Del Medio bar, in Havana, Cuba. Until recently, Hollywood filming in Cuba would have likely set off outrage among anti-Castro Cuban-Americans who say trade with Cuba feeds repression on the island. Desmond Boylan AP

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