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Nights in Constantinople (2001)

Las noches de Constantinopla (original title)
The international success of a young pornography writer in contemporary Cuba unleashes a chain of chaotic events.

Director:

Orlando Rojas

Writers:

Manuel Rodríguez (as Manolito Rodríguez), Orlando Rojas
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3 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Liberto Rabal ... Hernán
Verónica Lynn Verónica Lynn ... Doña Eugenia
María Isabel Díaz Lago María Isabel Díaz Lago ... Cristiana (as María Isabel Díaz)
Francisco Rabal ... Doña Eugenoia's brother
Zulema Clares Zulema Clares ... Manón
Verónica López Verónica López ... Hernán's aunt
Vladimir Villar Vladimir Villar ... Pachi
Natasha Díaz Natasha Díaz ... Celeste
Jorge Alí Jorge Alí ... Doctor
Rosita Fornés ... Doña Eugenia's friend
Hilario Peña Hilario Peña ... Dutch Embassy chauffeur
Asunción Balaguer
Ulik Aniello Ulik Aniello ... Pachi's friend
Lester Martínez Lester Martínez ... Pachi's friend
Paul Menéndez Paul Menéndez ... Dutch Ambassador
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The international success of a young pornography writer in contemporary Cuba unleashes a chain of chaotic events.

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Spain | Cuba

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

5 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Nights in Constantinople See more »

Filming Locations:

Havana, Cuba See more »

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Color
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A clever black comedy
5 July 2004 | by margarita15See all my reviews

I watched "Nights in Constantinople" (Las noches de Constantinopla) during a Festival of Alternative Cuban Cinema, in Miami. Weird thing, it's not at all an alternative or experimental movie. It certainly is a low-budget production, but its sophisticated "mise-en-scène" make it more imaginative than most of current Hollywood mainstream films. "Nights in Constantinople", in a superficial view, may be considered as a frivolous black comedy about Cuban reality today. But in this unpredictable and funny film appearances are always deceiving. If you are really interested in issues like individual freedom and rights, this film is a kind of Cuban-style "Risky business", but better and deeper. Cuban cinema is here at its best.


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