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Synopsis: A documentary that runs throughout Cuba, from east to west, the two cardinal points of the island, by the hand of the main Cuban creators. A vital and creative tour of an island that inspires vocation and gives stories at every step. Cuba from within and beyond the superficial or archetypal image.

Language

Spanish

Run Time

102 minutes

Starring

Jorge Perugorría
Carlos Acosta
Danay Suárez
Roberto Fonseca
Daymé Arocena

Directed by

Eduardo Margareto Atienza

Written by

Jorge Moreta

Produced by

Rafael Monje Alonso

Edited by

Eduardo Margareto Atienza

Cinematographer

Eduardo Margareto Atienza

Director's Bio

He began his career in 1995 when he directed the short film “Humilladero”, which was followed by the documentary feature “Almas del Camino” (2010). That same year begins to shoot a trilogy of documentaries on emigration in the twentieth century to Latin America: “Partir”, recorded in Cuba; “Volver”, in Argentina (2011), and “Vivir”, in Mexico, still pending production. In 2014 he presented at the Seminci “24” and two years later, “When Zorrilla was Twikenhan”. He is a graphic editor of the ICAL

Production Year

2020

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