On the movie Sergio and Sergei, by Ernesto Daranas Serrano, and the complicated relationship between Cuba and the former Soviet Union (by Diana Sánchez)

 

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As the Soviet Union crumbles in 1991, an amateur radio operator in Cuba makes unexpected contact with stranded cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev as he observes the dissolution of his nation from orbit, in Cuban director Ernesto Daranas Serrano’s comedic yet poignant reflection on how big events can impact ordinary lives.

 

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Sergio and Sergei

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