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1 November 2002 (Norway) See more »
In Havana, a post office branch is more than a place of bureaucratic rules and regulations to ensure effective public services... See more » | Add synopsis »
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6 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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Directed by
Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti 
Manuel Rodríguez 

Produced by
Thierry Forte .... producer
Sarah Halioua .... producer
Antonio P. Pérez .... producer
Camilo Vives .... producer
Original Music by
Edesio Alejandro 
Cinematography by
Raúl Rodríguez 
Film Editing by
Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti 
Antonio Pérez Reina  (as Antonio P. Reina)
Art Direction by
Guillermo Ramírez Malberti 
Production Management
Grisel González .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tessa Hernández .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Carlos Faruolo .... sound
Raúl García .... sound
Pascal Latil .... sound editor
Jean-Guy Veran .... sound re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexis Pedroso .... assistant camera
Editorial Department
Elsa Fernández .... second assistant editor
Other crew
François Vila .... press agent

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Also Known As:
"Nada" - Cuba (original title)
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90 min
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
C yourself differently, 6 April 2007
Author: Lee Eisenberg ( from Portland, Oregon, USA

Since we in the United States don't often get to see Cuban movies*, it's refreshing to see "Nada". It portrays a woman named Carla Perez working in a Havana post office opening people's letters and rewriting them so as to make them more comprehensible and even poetic...much to the chagrin of her supervisors (who, if combined, would act like and resemble the Wicked Witch of the West). But this might set in motion a new path for Carla's relationships with people.

Aside from the main plot, the movie gives us a look at the lives of ordinary Cubans, far from the famous images of Fidel Castro and his cabinet. The black-and-white cinematography with a few objects colored gives one - well, gives me, at least - the sense of people feeling somewhat depressed in a world without guaranteed electricity, but trying as hard as possible to pull through.

One thing that I noticed in the movie is that all the characters had names beginning with C (Carla, Cunda, Concha, etc). I wonder what was up with that. It may have had something to do with Cuba beginning with C (along with Cuba's trading partner China).

Overall, worth seeing.

*It seems like this might also be the case in Cuba; I think that most of the movies which they get to see in Cuba come from - where else? - the United States.

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