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Sergio & Sergei (2017)

Sergio & Serguéi (original title)
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A Russian cosmonaut is stranded on The Mir Space Station during the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Ernesto Daranas
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Credited cast:
Camila Arteche Camila Arteche ... Paula
A.J. Buckley ... Detective Hall
Ana Gloria Buduén Ana Gloria Buduén ... Caridad (as Ana Gloria Buduen)
Tomás Cao Tomás Cao ... Sergio
Yuliet Cruz Yuliet Cruz ... Lía
Idalmis Garcia Idalmis Garcia ... Sonia
Mario Guerra Mario Guerra ... Ramiro
Armando Miguel Gómez Armando Miguel Gómez ... Ulises
Héctor Noas Héctor Noas ... Sergei
Ron Perlman ... Peter
Dayna Posada Dayna Posada ... Natasha
Rolando Raimjanov Rolando Raimjanov ... Igor
Ailín de la Caridad Rodriguez Ailín de la Caridad Rodriguez ... Mariana
Luis Manuel Álvarez Luis Manuel Álvarez ... Tomás
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A Russian cosmonaut is stranded on The Mir Space Station during the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Cuba | Spain

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Spanish | English | Russian

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20 April 2018 (Spain) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Was announced to be the official submission of Cuba for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' category of the 91st Academy Awards in 2019, but this selection was not included into the official final list of submissions by the Academy. See more »

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Whimsical and Enchanting Mediation about the Benefits of Reaching Out to Strangers
29 April 2018 | by Raven-1969See all my reviews

The world turned upside down for many countries as well as people when the Soviet Union dissolved in the early 1990s. Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev on the Mir space station was literally left to drift in space. Cuba shared his fate in more ways than one. As chance would have it, and based on real events, an amateur radio operator in Havana reaches the cosmonaut. Having spent some time in the country, Sergei "speaks Cuban" and the two marginalized men discover they have much in common. At first the friendship is based purely on the pleasure of talking to a stranger, but soon it morphs into much more. As Sergei and Sergio risk censorship and worse for speaking up about their respective plights, they realize the worth of having friends in high, low and different places.

Gazing upon a meteor shower from above earth's atmosphere, listening to a father and daughter talk about the stars and more, I was delighted by the film's many perspective shifts, contrasts, and cool little tech and art additions. Different genres including politics, humor, fantasy, drama and documentary, are combined in an eclectic and satisfying way. The romance, if there is intended to be one, is clunky and could, along with other aspects of the film, have been better developed, yet altogether the film is a whimsical, appealing and enchanting mediation about the benefits of reaching out to strangers. Seen at the Miami Film Festival.


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