A young man attempts to fight the system in an entertaining account of bureaucracy amok and the tyranny of red tape.
The great Cuban director Tomás Gutiérrez Alea satirizes the folly of post-revolutionary Cuban bureaucracy in hilarious and Kafka-esque fashion. With his typically absurd and slapstick style, Alea plays on earlier cinematic conventions, putting forward a bold and radical new vision for Cuban cinema.
Buster Keaton,Clyde Bruckman, 1926, United States
Takeshi Kitano, 1996, Japan
Michel Gondry, 2008, United States
Harmony Korine, 2007, United States
Pedro Almodóvar, 2006, Spain
Michel Gondry, 2006, France
Charlie Chaplin, 1940, United States
Wim Wenders, 1987, West Germany
Eran Kolirin, 2007, Israel
Federico Fellini, 1960, Italy