“Through the eyes of Havana’s artists comes GREAT DAY IN HAVANA, a vibrant celebration of artists and musicians in Cuba’s capital. Musicians, painters, sculptors, writers, and filmmakers reveal and reflect on Cuba’s precarious political climate, its African heritage, the ironies of tourism, and how to live with dignity in the face of the U.S. Embargo.”
This documentary is definitely an interesting watch. I love how they took a different angle, and that we have the opportunity to view Cuba, and specifically Havana, from the artist’s point of view. It made me reminisce on my visit a few years ago. More details and pics on that in a later post.
FYI — the movie is in Spanish with English subtitles, which is great practice if you are studying Spanish. I’m trying to prep for my trip to Panama.
Check it out!
(Photo: New York Times)