The 2011 historical drama explores the childhood and adolescence of Cuban national hero, José Martí. Set during the 1860s in colonial Havana. Martí, The Eye of the Canary follows “El Apóstol” from the age of 9 to 17 as he experiences firsthand the often brutal inequalities of Spanish colonial rule, and feels the fire of injustice rise within him.
Year: 2011 | Director: Fernando Pérez | Duration: 120 min
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