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With Fidel whatever happens by Radovanovic, Goran

An old man unable to fix his ancient motorcycle, a dentist struggling to get to work and a couple tending to the only public telephone in the area. These are the patient, reserved protagonists of this documentary, living their lives in communist Cuba in the 21th century. The daily boredom, discomfort and struggles however appear to be in contrast with the festive atmosphere of the Cuban streets during the celebration of International Workers Day and simultaneously, Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution.
Radovanovic, Goran
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Goran Radovanovic
47 min.
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