Fifty years after the triumph of the Cuban revolution, zombies invade Havana. Juan, a man who has never worked in his life, finds a way to destroy the living dead and tries to make money out of it. Official media claims that the living dead are dissidents paid by the U.S. This comedy (Goya Prize for best movie, 2012) reflects on Cuban identitiy and revolutionary ideals in a time of economic and political change.
Juan of the Dead
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