In the 1990s, Cuba's image is defined by poverty, cigars, and rum. Seventy-five-year-old Candelaria and her husband, Victor Hugo, are still together only out of convenience. When they find a video camera, however, their lives are changed forever and their love for one another is renewed — until the camera disappears. Victor Hugo must venture into the depths of Havana to regain his aphrodisiac.
Meet the director
Jhonny Hendrix Hinestroza
Jhonny Hendrix Hinestroza was born in Quibdó, Colombia. He founded the Cien Milimetros film festival in Cali and the Antorcha Films production company, which specializes in stories with local flavor. Having made a name for himself as a producer, he is known for his involvement in such projects as the German film DR. ALEMÁN (2008), directed by Tom Schreibe, and CHOCÓ, which was screened at the Berlinale in 2012.