Cuba's Love & Suicide, the movie
A history making film, the only film shot on location in Havana, Cuba by American filmmakers in 50 years.
A love story of a man who goes to Cuba and discovers the one thing between love and suicide.
Starring People Magazines sexiest Latin Kamar de los Reyes, Luis Moro and Daisy McCrackin.
Made in the real Havana, Cuba. TOMAS (Kamar de los Reyes) is successful.
But money cannot buy love. So he enters a world of dreams vs. reality.
ALBERTO (Luis Moro) lives a simple life, never focusing on material possessions.
He peacefully knows life will never outlast time;
dreams and reality are the same.
Tomas finds himself in CUBA, a world preserved in the present,
where time stopped, and souls rise beyond material surfaces. Cuba's the birthplace
of broken hearts, false dreams and lost lives.
People appear in Cuba for many reasons.
NINA (Daisy McCrackin) a modern day gipsy is looking for her reasons,
while TOMAS keeps running from his.
In a frantic moment before TOMAS attempts to kill himself,
he recalls his intimacy with NINA,
and the ultimate test of authenticity given by ALBERTO.
In this moment, Tomas discovers the one thing between LOVE & SUICIDE.
The Best Movie I have ever seen.
Scene after scene, Love & Suicide portrays a picturesque Island.
This film will affect you deeply and unforgettably?
The first American feature film made in Cuba since Castros revolution.
Kamar de los Reyes Invades Cuba.
Urban Latino Magazine.
Luis Moro delivers a standout performance.
Moving Pictures Magazine
Moro created Movie History.
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And at the end of the film one still wonders who this Cuban-roots denying American is, why he is in Cuba in spite of his Cubaphobia, why his Cuban taxi-driver can understand his English without ever uttering a word in the tongue and most of all why on earth he wanted to commit suicide.
Having said that, on a surreal level the film works, but that there have been plenty (!) of film documents about the Malecon. Everyone who knows Havana will wonder why on earth he takes a taxi -after walking for hours on end - from one point at the Malecon to another, his hotel - a mere two minutes walk. The film is remedy for Havana nostalgia, although only 2% of its territory ever gets explored. Well, buy it, but do not expect too much. One annoying thing though, why is the English dialog not sub-titled into Spanish as it is the other way around. I had specifically bought the DVD with the intention of taking it to Cuba. It also annoys me that foreign film makers hardly ever bother to leave the comfort zone of the Cuban capital when 80% of the Cuban reality lies outside its boundaries.