Casa América continues its Cuba program in the audiovisual imaginary on the occasion of the 500 Years of the Havana Foundation, this time this afternoon at 7 pm with the screening of the 2003 Hispanic-Cuban film Suite Habana, directed by Fernando Pérez. Free entrance until full capacity is reached.
Sunrise in Havana. The city wakes up and begins a day, and the film. Why a day in Havana? Because Havana is a point of reference for many; a mystery for others and a dream full of contradictions and contrasts for those who love or criticize it. But Havana is not just a space, a sonority, a light. Havana is its people. And Suite Habana is a simple day in the lives of ten common Habaneros.