Soy Cuba

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From pre-rev­o­lu­tion­ary Ha­vana to Cuba’s postrev­o­lu­tion­ary so­ci­ety, Mikhail Kala­to­zov’s 1964 film “Soy Cuba” (I Am Cuba) ex­am­ines po­lit­i­cal op­pres­sion, wealth and poverty, among other is­sues. The film, par­tially writ­ten by prom­i­nent poet Yevgeny Yev­tushenko, is be­ing screened at the Tain­io­thiki (Greek Film Ar­chive) as part of the cul­tural or­ga­ni­za­tion’s po­lit­i­cal cin­ema screen­ing cy­cle, at noon on Sun­day, Jan­uary 12. Gen­eral ad­mis­sion costs 5 eu­ros. Greek Film Ar­chive, 48 Iera Odos & Me­ga­lou Alexan­drou, tel 210.360.9695

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