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The Lost City

by Andy Garcia
Andy Garcia

Video

2 of 2 copies available

Havana in 1958 is a place of pleasure for many, but others are not happy under the rule of dictator Fulgencio Batista.  As the revolutionary forces of Fidel Castro and Ernesto "Che" Ghevara prepare to move in on the city, Fico Fellove (Andy Garcia) owner of the city’s classiest music nightclub, El Tropico, struggles to hold together his family and the love of a woman (Inés Sastre). Observing all is the Comedian/Writer (Bill Murray), an expatriate American who sees his friend Fico being drawn into events as the revolution changes everything.  Though Fico watches a culture vanish and a people transformed, it is his love of Cuban music that keeps his memories alive. Written by Cuban novelist Guilermo Cabrera Infante. 


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Publisher: Magnolia Pictures

Streaming video

  • Release date: August 8, 2006
  • Duration: 02:24:20
  • Number of parts: 1

  • Public Performance: Not permitted

  • 2 of 2 copies available

    Formats

    Streaming video

    subjects

    Feature Film Drama

    Languages

    English

    Havana in 1958 is a place of pleasure for many, but others are not happy under the rule of dictator Fulgencio Batista.  As the revolutionary forces of Fidel Castro and Ernesto "Che" Ghevara prepare to move in on the city, Fico Fellove (Andy Garcia) owner of the city’s classiest music nightclub, El Tropico, struggles to hold together his family and the love of a woman (Inés Sastre). Observing all is the Comedian/Writer (Bill Murray), an expatriate American who sees his friend Fico being drawn into events as the revolution changes everything.  Though Fico watches a culture vanish and a people transformed, it is his love of Cuban music that keeps his memories alive. Written by Cuban novelist Guilermo Cabrera Infante. 


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