Grate My Carrot, the New Short Film of the Nicanor Series

By Director and Screenwriter Eduardo del Llano

HAVANA TIMES – Papi, a famous reggaeton singer, wakes up late at night when he hears a noise in his living room. Yes, a burglar has broken into his home. The singer gets ready to let the thief have it, unaware that after this event his life will never be the same…



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  • Brilliant as always this team of director and actors. This series is an example of the talent of Cuban cinema. Maybe if your not Cuban or understand the culture and what’s on going on you won’t get it.

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