Day of the Flowers
United Kingdom (GB), Cuba (CU), 2013, 100 minutes
Day of the Flowers Synopsis

Two young, strong-willed Scottish sisters, one a left-wing activist, the other a most-popular-girl-in-school type, take their late father's ashes to Cuba, the site of many family legends of his services to the Revolution. Arriving in Havana, the two women promptly lose the ashes and go through a series of misadventrues - both romantic and dangerous - to try to retrieve them. A colourful and wryly humourous tale of cross-cultural misunderstandings and lost illusions.

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Reviewed by Tania123
You can tell this was written by a female writer. The leads have great fun with the scrript and the energy drips from the screen. It's also beautifuly shot, with... more
You can tell this was written by a female writer. The leads have great fun with the scrript and the energy drips from the screen. It's also beautifuly shot, with Cuba never having looked so glorious. The handsome and charismatic Carlos Acosta in the male lead role provides the eye-candy. One to watch with a box of Maltesers - light, fluffy and sweet.
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Tania123  i love the dance moves of Carlos Acosta! 
Tania123  i love the dance moves of Carlos Acosta! 
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