Humberto SOLAS
  • 2017
  • Cannes Classics
  • World Cinéma Project

In Lucía, Humberto Solás has interpreted the theme of the hundred years’ struggle in an entirely novel way to create an epic in three separate episodes: each centred around a woman called Lucía, which takes place in a different period of Cuban history, corresponding to the three stages of Colonialism, Neocolonialism and Socialist Revolution. The three episodes also present us with “Lucías” of different social classes. According to Solás: “Women’s role always lays bare the contradictions of a period and makes them explicit: Lucía is not a film about women, it’s a film about society”

Directed by : Humberto SOLAS
Year of production: 1968
Country: Cuba
Duration: 160