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Letters to Eloisa tells the story of José Lezama Lima, a writer of the Latin American Literary Boom. His novel Paradiso was regarded as a masterpiece, but its homoerotic content set him on a collision course with the Cuban revolutionary government. Relying on letters to his sister in exile, the film speaks of the pain of separation, the Cuban revolution, and the silencing of a literary genius.
Length: 54 minutes
Copyright date: ©2021
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