PLACIDO, THE BLOOD OF THE POET
A powerful drama portraying the dramatic story of Gabriel de la Concepcion Valdes (Placido), a slave descendent Cuban poet accused of leading a conspiracy against the Spanish colonial government. Preoccupied by the development of Afro-Hispanic artist and craftsmen of the mid 19th century, Placido was executed after living a short and controversial life as a man between two races and between a cruel reality and a dream of freedom.
Cuba, 1986, 96 min, Drama, Spanish, Sergio Giral, dir.
Part of Filmmaker in Residence Program.
Q&A after the screening.
Teachers College, Columbia University
525 W. 120th St
New York, NY 10027
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