Director: Tomás Gutiérrez Alea
Memories of Underdevelopment is more of a reflecting movie, more than a plot driven film. It's a feature of every day boredom in Cuba. Sergio is in many way very much like Fellini's protagonist Marcello Mastroianni in La Dolce Vita. When it comes to the technical part in this film its average, it's full of interesting still images. But it's not more special that any other art movie. Some of the scene can be to long. Surprisingly enough it's not an anti-capitalistic nor a pro-communist film, but a honest one.