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“A treat and an education for the American public.”

Variety

Narrated by Harry Belafonte, First Look travels with the first ever U.S. exhibit of contemporary Cuba's art, when Cuban painters Eduardo "Choco" Roca and Nelson Dominguez meet American masters Alice Neel, Al Loving, and James Rosenquist. Artists build bridges across deep divides as the work introduces a curious American public to a rich dimension of Latin American culture.

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“A most interesting documentary. What we see argues against facile generalizations.”
The Village Voice
“an excellent film”
Vernissage
“great variety and a high level of creativity”
Library Journal