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PROGRAM - World Cinemascape - World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

Last Days in Havana

DIRECTOR Fernando PEREZ World Cinemascape: Masters for ShortsAsian Premiere
Nation Cuba, Spain 201693minDCPcolor Fiction
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Diego and Miguel live together as if they were night and day. While Miguel takes shelter, Diego opens himself to others.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
139 2017. 04. 28 19:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
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643 2017. 05. 03 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4DX
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734 2017. 05. 04 15:00 Jeonju Cinema Town 7
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  • Review

    Havana, the center of Cuba. A middle-aged Miguel is waiting for a US visa. He washes dishes in a restaurant and desires a new life in New York, but his visa process is arduous. Miguel´s gay roommate Diego, on the other hand, is sick with AIDS. What choices would the two make at their life turning point? Though the two are friends, Miguel decides to flee when Diego chooses the opposite. What Cuban veteran director Fernando Perez is trying to portray is a life in Cuba after the death of ‘Fidel Castro’, once a symbol of idealism. The two seem discouraged. They are tormented with life. With a rather tragic undertone, this comedy draws the theme of friendship in Havana, a city of imminent significant change. Last Days in Havana is a film that focuses more on the nuanced scenes than just the story with some truly touching scenes between the two friends. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Fernando PEREZ
    Screenplay Fernando PEREZ, Abel RODRIGUEZ
    Producer Danil LEON, Jose Maria MORALES
    Cinematography Raul Perez URETA
    Art Director Celia LEDON
    Editor Rodolfo BARROS
    Sound Juan FERRO
    Cast Jorge MARTINEZ, Patricio WOOD, Gabriela RAMOS


Fernando PEREZ

Born in 1944, began working in the Cuban film industry in 1971 as an assistant director. His feature debut was Clandestinos(1987) but it wasn’t until Madagascar(1994) that he garnered significant international recognition. He later directed La Vida es Silbar(1998) and Suite Habana(2003). His last film La pared de las palabras(2014) and Last Days in Havana is his recent work.