Arturo Santana | Cuba – Venezuela | 2015 | Fiction | 105 min (full film)
On December 31, 1958, a detective is investigating the theft of a painting in the house of a wealthy widow of Havana. The relation between the two of them, amidst inquiries and danzones, unveils the story of the house and the family. The entrance of the bearded rebels to Havana changes everyone’s destiny.
Arturo Santana (Havana, 1961) is an independent and self-taught director, screenwriter and producer. He has directed over 150 audiovisual works, music videos and commercials. He is also a literary and film critic. He has lectured about Cuban audiovisuals in various international festivals and at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) of London. He is the director of the Audiovisual Creation Group SANTANA Films in Havana.