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Habanastation (2011)

Approved | | Drama, Fantasy | 2 May 2013 (Chile)
Directed mainly for kids, the film speaks of a Havana that "reveals two distinct faces, from the everyday life of a couple of kids", according to the film's official synopsis.

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Credited cast:
Claudia Alvariño ...
Maestra Claudia
Rubén Araujo ...
Compinche del ñato
Blanca Rosa Blanco ...
Moraima
René de la Cruz Jr. ...
Director de Escuela
Ernesto Escalona ...
Mayito
Pedro Fernández ...
Chofer de Guagua
Rigoberto Ferrera ...
Chofer Almendrón
Andy Fornanis ...
Carlos Roque
Omar Franco ...
Jesús
Luis Alberto García ...
Pepe Arlay
Milton García ...
Ñato
Raúl Pomares ...
Vendedor de Tomates
Jorge Ryan ...
Policía
Miriam Socarras ...
Concha
Herón Vega ...
Bicitaxista
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Directed mainly for kids, the film speaks of a Havana that "reveals two distinct faces, from the everyday life of a couple of kids", according to the film's official synopsis. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Fantasy

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Cuba's official submission to the Best Foreign Language Film category of the 84th Academy Awards 2012. See more »

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Great Director & Film
25 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Loved the film, story was good, scenes shot were well executed, and feel it showed Cuba in a very realistic manner. Story is touching and uplifting and would be a great view on HBO or a typical film Weinstein would buy and make sure that it got distributed and seen all over. Also comes to mind the thought that the US blockade of this small island is purely a venomous act that serves no purpose to either parties the US & Cuba, and is really shameful on the US. Ian Padron's directing was wonderful and to make a film like this with the budget that was allowed was amazing. My hat is off Ian Padron and I hope to see more films to come from this great director


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