Bye Bye Havana

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Nothing has changed. For all Havana crumbling structures and piles of rubble, its disintegrating roads and ramshackle belching toxin, its large number of armed police and sun-bleached billboards espousing their employers, revolutionary slogans, attracting more than a million pink-skinned, camera carrying snacks, drinking mojito-eating tourists each year.

Cuba is hit by a viable socialism and a voracious appetite. What began 50 years ago seems spent, patriotism or death are not enough.

Cubans want other choices, other points of view and can not wait. A co-production cinepobre.com – 2010 re-release.

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