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‘Viva’ Puts Cuba’s LGBT Culture in the Spotlight
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According to director Paddy Breathnach, “Viva” was a long process, with the idea sparking at a drag show in Cuba in 1996. “A performer came on and started singing [and] I felt it viscerally moving and emotionally powerful,” Breathnach said. “I noticed
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Wall Street Journal (blog)

'Viva' Puts Cuba's LGBT Culture in the Spotlight
Wall Street Journal (blog)
According to director Paddy Breathnach, “Viva” was a long process, with the idea sparking at a drag show in Cuba in 1996. “A performer came on and started singing [and] I felt it viscerally moving and emotionally powerful,” Breathnach said. “I noticed
'Viva' Finds Beauty in Cuba, but Its Characters Seem AdriftVillage Voice
Irish film drama set in Cuba's drag worldSan Francisco Chronicle

all 6 news articles »

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