Michael Chanan provides a comprehensive and absorbing account of Cuban cinema both before and after the revolution, deftly setting individual films and filmmakers within the larger framework of Cuba’s social, political, and cultural history. The only book-length study of Cuban cinema written in English, this indispensable work offers a unique perspective on the Cuban experience in the twentieth century.
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