Sinopsis

Approaching to discover the Cuban’s essence of taday, the filmmaker of the documentary and its team took a ride on the oldest most popular car which locals call “almendrones”, a legendary Chevrolet from the 1948, used by the locals to move around in the city. The car seats are shared by a teacher, an actor, a “santera” (a Caribbean witch), a young writer, an old Havana rascal, a priest, a driver, a “jinetero” (a person whi takes advantages of Tourists), a peanut seller and a violinist. A group of peoplo who have never set eyes on each other but, spontaneously, converse and tell their lives and concerns… so distant and yet so close.

 

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La Habana en un almendrón
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