Juan of the Dead (2011) Poster


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The testicle scene between Lázaro and his son is not a "natural occurrence". Lázaro's bits are made from plastic.
Juan de los Muertos was made with the support of the Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematográficas - Icaic, Canal Sur, Televisión Española and the collaboration of Junta de Andalucía, Ibermedia, Cinergia and Universidad De Guadalajara.
Alejandro Brugués has stated that the English speaking character's unspoken plan was to steal Granma, the yacht Fidel Castro used to sail to Cuba, from the Museum of the Revolution in Havana and use it to sail off the island.


The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

The head decapitating scene was not filmed in Revolution Square as filming there was impossible, so, the Square was digitally added after the sequence had been shot.

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