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Sloppy Worker

Cuba, 1988 (MIFF 1990, Documentary)

Director: Enrique Colina

Enrique Colina specialises in short satirical documentaries with a wicked sense of humour. Here, he examines the poor quality of Cuban products and services - even the film labs it seems!
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