Failed attempt to bring the "Antonioni" style o incomunication into cuban cinema. The main problem with the film is the screenplay which doesn't manage to keep the interest throughout it's length. However the director shows some decent craftmanship in certain scenes. The film is nowadays practically impossible to get as it was practically buried by reviewers who consider it "decadent". But it's worth checking for being a very rare case in ICAIC as well as noble effort to do make something diferent than the overall cuban production at the time. Fausto Canel would later direct "Papeles son Papeles" in 1966 and then leave the country.
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