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A special screening for the blind and non-blind: FINALLY THE SEA (...en fin, el mar) by Jorge Dyszel, with intro and Q&A by the director

  • 23 Jun 2017
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall, 1130 Washington Ave, South Beach
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FRI, JUNE 23, 2p:

A special screening

for the blind and non-blind*

in collaboration with

Miami Lighthouse for the Blind & Visually Impaired

(*Non-blind attendees will optionally be

supplied with a blind-fold to experience the

film the way a blind person would.)

FINALLY THE SEA

(…en fin, el mar)

Directed by JORGE DYSZEL/Argentina/Cuba/2005/1hr, 35mins.

With Joel Nuñez, Audry Gutiérrez Alea, Enrique Pinti, Vladimir Cruz


The wreckage of an empty raft with the name Mariana painted on the side is the catalyst for this drama about exploring one’s culture and self-identity. Tony is a successful Cuban-American businessman working on Wall Street, who, while on vacation in Miami, comes across the remains of a raft.  It was a raft that carried Mariana, a Cuban water ballet dancer, searching for a better life in America. Intrigued, Tony decides to go to Cuba to find the victims’ families and deliver them the news and learn more about Mariana. Along the way, his journey becomes much more personal as he is exposed to a culture that both shapes his identity but at the same time is very foreign to him. (In Spanish and English with English subtitles).

WINNER: BEST SOUND TRACK, Festival Latino de Trieste

BEST FILM STUDENTS AWARD, Festival Internacional de Santo Domingo

AUDIENCE AWARD, New York LaCinemaFe

BEST PRODUCTION CARACOL DE PLATA,

Union de Artistas de Radio, Cine y TV, Havana

“Jorge Dyszel has found an objective point of view about a people who suffer the separation in his heart. The film speaks of love to a country, the family, a woman between two banks, the sea that unites and separates, which surely knows the answer to the questions beautifully posed: what are our true desires? We think that the other is always better? Where were our dreams?…”-The Marseilles, France

The film will be introduced by Director Jorge Dyszel

and followed by Q&A

Complimentary Admission

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