Carter (Thomas Jane), a troubled veteran, gets a chance at redemption by protecting a 12 year-old girl from an assassin (Laurence Fishburne) after she witnesses a murder. Holding a shotgun ... See full summary »
The soundtrack includes songs by Coldcut, Bonobo, Tom Wilson & Hawkley Workman, Quantic, Los Invasores, Sangre Latina and Rumba Calzada to complement Keith Powers' marvelous score. See more »
[calmly and matter-of-factly to Jack, strapped to a crude rack]
For my money, torture is a flawed method of extracting information. But... it's the only one we've got. Now, perhaps it's a failure of imagination - certainly of technology, because a lie detector can tell us that you're telling us a lie, but it can't compel you to tell the truth. You see what I mean. Any way, we're gonna torture you, Jack, and then we'll see what's what...
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Dub Y Guaguanco
Written by Quantic (as William Holland)
Performed by Quantic Presents Flowering Inferno
Published by Third Side Music Inc. o/b/o Full Thought Publishing
Courtesy of Tru Throughts Recordings See more »
"3 Days In Havana" is as cool and handsome as it is playful and intelligent. The kind of film the Coen Brothers would write and direct if the Coen Brothers' sensibilities were rooted in the Canadian manner. This film has all kinds of beauty and heart and yet, it is equally relentless in its dark humour, political skullduggery, and sexy espionage.
Think of it this way: What if you were travelling to Cuba, beholden only to an ostensibly sorry-assed, several day business Conference in Havana. And then along came a dose of seduction. Followed by a second dose of underground allure. "Hey!" You might think to yourself... "I'm where I don't need to be me, at least until the Conference begins. What's the worst that could happen?"
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