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also known as Nothing More

Nada+2001

  • 3.6
Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti's NADA+ is a remarkable debut feature that explores the repressive, crippling political and social aspects of today's Cuba while turning upside-down all of our comfortably clichéd expectations about the United State's island neighbor. Carla is a young postal worker who dreams of joining her parents in Miami even as she enlivens her own drab existence by opening and rewriting the very letters she is responsible for processing. Intermittently bursting into song and cleverly mimicking various cinematic styles, the film is hilarious as well as heartbreaking.

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Winner of a "Coral" (for "Best First Work") at the 2001 Havana Film Festival.


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Kind of a Cuban Amelie - fun and stylish but without the overbearingly preciousness - yet also a commentary about Cuba and finishing with a rather poignant message. I'd watch it again.

A very enjoyable film. Cute and fun with some tension at times. Eloquent. Good camera work. Nice use of color. Great music.