Viva Cuba, 2005 Dir: Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti/Iraida Malberti Cabrera

Viva Cuba is a colourful Cuban delight that is very pleasing on the eye. The engaging story shares its similarities with Romeo And Juliet as the two families despise each other.

The kids Malu and Jorgito have and inseparable friendship that takes them on an adventure down the Cuban coastline on a mission to find Malu’s father.

The story is centered around a family unit being broken, with an uncertainty of families ever being fixed again. The young pups try and stay together whilst on the run, with getting themselves out of tricky situations by relying on each other.

The film is friendly, free and easy with such a sweet story of them running to solve their problems, Cuban style. The political overtones are refreshing to see as Socialism reigns supreme with the image of the mighty Che ever present.

Wonderfully colourful and inoffensive to anyone to watch Viva Cuba lets you join the adventure.

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