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Amores and Martínez convey a great deal via silence, their wounded physicality expressing far more than words.
"Santa & Andrés" begins as a film about separation and pain, but becomes a movie about reconciliation and healing.
With quiet precision, Lechuga charts Andrés's resilience and Santa's awakening, using a naturalistic visual style and sparse dialogue that reveals how these characters instinctively read between the lines.
Santa is particularly strong on the way that politics gets into people's heads and damages the relationships between them, even when they are far away from the political center.
Low-key treatment of a relationship between a gay man and a Communist woman will reward the patient.
An interesting but disappointingly irregular study of two people during the Cuban revolution in the 1980s. [Full review in Spanish]
Their eventual emotional, if not political, understanding is wonderfully portrayed by the actors and smartly delineated in the screenplay.
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