A stunning retrospective of one of Cuba’s most outstanding visual artists, and the story of the abiding mystery surrounding his disappearance five years ago. Humberto Solas was a filmmaker, a visionary, and, first and foremost, a Cuban icon. Best known as the director of “Lucia”, (regarded a one of the ten best Latin American films of all time), he actually amassed an extensive body of work, and, through his pioneering experimentation in the use of colour, became a major influence on the cinema of the island. Five years after his actual disappearance, co-workers, family and friends, gather to remember aspects of his life and career and discuss the lasting legacy of his feature films

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