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Música cubana (2004)

In 1999, Wim Wenders released his documentary Buena Vista Social Club and set off a Cuban music craze. Now the Club comes alive again in Amsterdam with this vibrant collection of live ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
The Sons of Cuba The Sons of Cuba ... Themselves
Pío Leyva Pío Leyva ... Self
Telmary Díaz Telmary Díaz ... Self
Roberto Carcassés Roberto Carcassés ... Self
Julio Padrón Julio Padrón ... Self
Carlos Sarduy Carlos Sarduy ... Self
Juan Carlos Marín Juan Carlos Marín
David Suárez David Suárez
Elmer Ferrer Elmer Ferrer
Osdalgia Lesmes Osdalgia Lesmes ... Self
Feliciano Arango Feliciano Arango ... Self
Mario 'Mayito' Rivera Mario 'Mayito' Rivera ... Self
Samuel Formell Samuel Formell ... Self
Pedro 'El Nene' Lugo Martínez Pedro 'El Nene' Lugo Martínez ... Self
Luis Frank Arias Luis Frank Arias ... Self


In 1999, Wim Wenders released his documentary Buena Vista Social Club and set off a Cuban music craze. Now the Club comes alive again in Amsterdam with this vibrant collection of live performances by the actual musicians that created a global stir with the infectious rhythms of Cuba. This incredible concert by an all-star cast of Cuban musicians, includes the original Buena Vista vocalist Pio Leiva, in one of his last appearances, supported by the red hot Chiki Chaka Girls plus more! A sheer delight - New York Post

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Poor sequel to Buena Vista Social Club
19 July 2005 | by dragosiulianSee all my reviews

I went to see this movie with relatively high expectations, as I really enjoyed Buena Vista. I have to say that the first 30 minutes I was really disappointed, but more to the end, it got a bit better. If you haven't seen the first one, this might be an enjoyable experience. If you did, don't have your hopes too high.

The producers clearly wanted to make some money piggybacking on the success of Buena Vista. The plot is as bad as a cheap porn movie, lines and actors are second hand. The musicians are OK, but they only give the westerner eye what it wants to see: Latin machos who cry when they talk about their mothers ("I have only two women in my life: my mother and my wife. My mother always comes first"), children singing "Hasta Siempre", pictures of Che Guevara everywhere, etc. I couldn't connect to the atmosphere at all, everything seemed a bit "engineered".

The music is not bad, it's quite good in fact. They found some young artists, with new ideas so the sound is more diverse (some rap moments, funky bass, etc). This is probably the biggest merit of this movie, showing some of the less-known side of Cuban music. However, the best moments come from the songs we already know from Buena Vista. To sum it up, it's a movie about Cuban music, with some dialogs to glue it up. Buena Vista, without the authenticity, originality and documentary flavor.

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30 September 2004 (Germany) See more »

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Musica cubana - I epomeni genia See more »

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