La Vida es Silbar (Life Is to Whistle) (1998)

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The lives of three end-of-the-millennium Cubans intersect on the Day of Santa Barbara (the African saint who is the ruler of destinies): Mariana, a ballerina, ponders breaking the vow of chastity she made in order to land the coveted role of Giselle; sex makes Julia neurotic; Elpidio is a musician who enjoys seducing gringa tourists; while Bebe, the narrator, takes us for a taxi ride along the streets of Havana.

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The film suffers greatly in making every single thing that happens pertain to a heavy-handed metaphorical symbol.

Jan 1, 2000 | Rating: C- | Full Review…

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