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Up to a Certain Point

Up to a Certain Point ★★ Up to a Point; Hasta Clerto Punto 1983

Writer Oscar believes he has a liberal attitude (to go along with Cuban political ideology) but his belief is shaken when he interviews workers on the Havana docks about their notions of machismo. Seems when Oscar falls for a sexy dockworker his ideas of maleness and a woman's place are more traditional than he imagines. Spanish with subtitles. 70m/C VHS . CU Oscar Alvarez, Mirta Ibarra, Omar Valdes, Coralia Veloz, Rogelio Blain, Ana Vina; D: Tomas Gutierrez Alea; W: Tomas Gutierrez Alea; M: Leo Brouwer.

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