Boccaccio in Havana (Boccaccerías Habaneras)
With director Arturo Sotto in person
Dir. Arturo Sotto. Cuba, 2014, 100 mins. New York premiere. With Daniel Amat, Ulises Aquino, Yordanka Ariosa. Exuding sensuality, irreverence, and hidden passions, Boccaccio in Havana is a Cuban interpretation of Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron that weaves together three rousing stories via a writer in search of his lost muses.
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