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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.


La Habana en un almendrón