A captivating portrait of a remote rural village in Cuba takes place before our eyes. At the same time, a touching dialogue between a grandson and his grandfather runs between the images.
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Curta Caicó/ Fest Aruanda do Audiovisual Brasileiro/ Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival/ Festival de Cine Polosur Latinoamericano/ Curta Taquary – Festival Internacional de Curta Metragem
Brazil, Cuba. A grandfather and his grandson in a remote Cuban village
Directors Arturo De La Garza and Bertrand Lira manage to combine a contemplative approach to a farming village called Brazil, on the island of Cuba, with the story of a grandfather and grandson who are unable to hide their differences.
This rare and captivating short film is woven through beautiful cinematography that recalls the timeless and bucolic landscapes of the Caribbean countryside that we see in those and nostalgic old postcards.