- Cuba's people
Infinite time of anunfulfilled promise.
- When you arrive in Havana gets the impression of being in aplace ravaged by cyclones and rains, missiles and bombs.
After a few days at the ruins populated, sprinkled daily bycontinuous passage in the procession listless reveal the punitive action of asingle-Cuban time, reverberating in its stillness, everything and nothingaffects rebuilds.
Waiting for a different time, of his promise unattended, hefinds himself in the face of people you meet.