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A Tuba to Cuba

A Tuba to Cuba is a movie starring Ben Jaffe, Walter Harris, and Charlie Gabriel. A TUBA TO CUBA follows New Orleans' famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band as they retrace their musical roots from the storied city of jazz to the shores...

Other Titles
W rytmie Kuby
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Music, Documentary
T.G. Herrington, Danny Clinch
T.G. Herrington, T.G. Herrington
Ronell Johnson, Ben Jaffe, Charlie Gabriel, Walter Harris
USA, Cuba
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A TUBA TO CUBA follows New Orleans' famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band as they retrace their musical roots from the storied city of jazz to the shores of Cuba and in turn discover a connection that runs much deeper than could have been imagined.

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Susan Morrison

If you are looking for a simple and straightforward account of the musicians and their relationship with the Cuban government, look no further. What you will find is a fascinating look into the world of the Cuban musicians. It is clear that the filmmakers did their homework, finding interviews with a wide variety of individuals and musicians who have worked in the music industry in Cuba. It is clear that the music industry has always been a business, and there is no doubt that musicians have always had a strong relationship with the Cuban government. The musicians' relationship with the government is both professional and personal, and it is clear that they are all in support of their government and in support of their artists. The music industry is a complex business, and the film shows how some musicians have felt like prisoners, and the stories of others who are just trying to make a living. The film is very engaging and interesting, and I recommend it to anyone interested in the Cuban musicians.

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This documentary was great! I have been interested in music for a long time and was really impressed with the amount of information provided. There was a great deal of information on each instrument and what it was made of. I had never heard of the guitar until I saw this documentary. I really enjoyed the history of the instrument and how they looked and how they played. I would definitely recommend this documentary to people who are interested in music.

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A great film, the documentary is also a great documentary. This documentary is about the life of the great poet and composer Elvira Salinas. It tells about her life and how she created and played in her own way the instruments of her times. It is an amazing life, a wonderful story, a great film, a great documentary.

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Katherine Hanson

When I heard that someone was going to make a documentary about Tuba, I was excited. I love the music of the Tuba and I think the documentary will be great. But the movie was very slow. I was waiting for the Tuba to be on the screen and then I heard that it was going to be a documentary. I didn't want to go and see it. But after the film was over, I was glad I didn't have to wait for the Tuba to be on the screen. I think the film was good and I recommend it to people. But I think that it was a good documentary that should have been longer. I think it could have been longer because there were many things that needed to be explained. I think it was very slow and I think it was a little bit too long. But the Tuba is great.

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This movie is based on the facts of the Tuba in Cuba. It is a story of the art of the Cuban Tuba makers and the way they work. The movie is a documentary film, it's a lot about the life of the artists and their way of making the Tuba. It is a must watch, if you have never heard about Cuban Tuba makers, watch it, you'll understand what I mean. The movie is a good one, the way it was made, the way the music is, the way the Tuba is made, is very interesting. The people that are in the movie are real people that have been in the industry, it is an important movie for everyone to watch, I give it a 8 out of 10, its a great movie for all people, its a great movie, the music is very good, its a must watch.

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Bruce G.

The score of this film is inspired by the music of the Cuban singers, the title, the music and the scenes. It shows the efforts of the Cuban people to overcome the difficulties of the revolution. There are several documentaries on the same subject, such as: "The Cuban Revolution", "I'm not Fidel Castro. I'm just a fisherman".

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Tammy B.

This is a superb documentary on the Cuban music scene. It's a mixed bag. The sound quality is so poor that I couldn't hear the actors in the dialog. There are other problems. One is that the cast of musicians is a mix of young and old. There are only a few very experienced musicians in the film. This is a good thing, but the filmmakers make a poor choice in casting these musicians. They don't have enough experience to show what they are really capable of. They do a great job of keeping the film from becoming too "serious". One of the great things about this film is the fact that it is a little bit funny. The films is very satirical. It's not a documentary, but it does have a "documentary" feel to it. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys music. I gave it an 8/10.

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Anna Dixon

This is a great movie about the Cuban musicians in exile. They have lived in Cuba for many years, and have a lot of music. They live their life on the street, they are illiterate, they have no money, and they are living in fear of arrest. The director is interesting because he shows us their lives, but also shows us how the government has affected their lives. I think this is a very good movie, and I think it is worth seeing. I also recommend the movie "Battles of the Immortals". This is a movie about a group of musicians who have been playing in Cuba for many years, and have decided to return to Cuba to continue their music. They are not from Cuba, but are Cuban citizens. The director has a very interesting way of showing us their life, and their fears of the government, but also the joy and the love they have for the people of Cuba. I think this movie is very good, and I think it is worth seeing.

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Howard Hunt

It is a sad fact that many a singer-songwriter's career was cut short by the death of a loved one. It is even sadder to learn that there are still talented singers who are finding it difficult to obtain work. But one thing is certain: there are many of them out there. If you are a fan of a singer-songwriter, chances are you have seen at least one of their films. It is even possible that you have seen some of their albums. They are a rare breed of performers. They are artists that get paid for their work, but it is not always easy to get paid. They are artists that write songs that can't be bought, and also are artists who have a unique voice. This documentary looks at some of the people who are trying to get their music heard. A lot of their stories are interesting, but also sad. The film starts with an interview with Ray Charles. He describes his own troubles. He mentions his mother dying, and also the death of his father. The story of how he got to the top is interesting, but the movie is somewhat over-dramatic. The movie is a little bit overlong, and has an ending that I found somewhat hard to swallow. But the film is a must see for anyone who is a fan of a singer-songwriter.

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This is a truly wonderful film. The themes it deals with are all important and pertinent, but what I particularly loved is the way it's presented. It's as if the director is asking us to make an educated decision about what we think we know about the history of the Cuban Revolution, and the extent to which we know it. It's a really smart approach. It's a film that's fun to watch, and it's also quite beautiful. I was especially impressed with the music and the way it was presented, as well as the way the images are presented. For example, there's a scene where a man in a baseball cap is walking through the streets of Havana with a big crowd of people following behind him. The camera moves around the man, showing him walking from one building to another, slowly moving from one building to another, taking a few shots of each building, as he's walking. The camera shows the people as he passes, walking along the streets, looking at buildings, and enjoying the sights and sounds of Havana. This is a great example of how a film should be presented. It's a really good film. The film is a collaboration between Mr. Romero and Mr. Alfredson, who has done some great work over the years, most notably for a number of movies. The film is definitely worth watching, especially if you enjoy documentaries. It's very informative, but it's also a great movie to watch with friends or a date, as it's really a lot of fun. It's also a lot of fun to watch with your friends and family, because it's really a very interesting film.

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Angela Sanders

At the time of writing this comment I have seen this movie once on DVD, which I purchased in the UK, and it was a fantastic experience, the images are fantastic, and the interviews with the people involved are fascinating. I find it difficult to put into words how much I enjoy this film, I really do, I would say this is the best film of the year so far, and I recommend this to anyone, it is worth seeing. Thank you. The Best Film of the Year. 10/10

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Robert Gordon

The film is very well done, and I think it does a good job of portraying the struggles of the Cuban exile community to gain freedom from the government. The musical numbers are catchy and engaging. However, the film is not the best documentary I have ever seen. The acting and directing was not particularly good, and the film was far too long. The director did not try to make the film a documentary, but instead made it a musical about Cuban exile. There are many musical numbers in the film, but they are not particularly memorable. The only musical numbers that were memorable were the ones performed by the Cuban exile community. Overall, the film was good, but it was too long and not very memorable.

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Catherine M.

The "Tuba to Cuba" story is about the life of Cuban musician Juan Carlos Lope, who performed in Cuba during the late 1960s and early 1970s. This film tells his story and his life through music. The story begins in Cuba and the filming takes place in the United States. The filmmaker, Daniel Lemmon, has done a great job with this film. The story of the musician and the film are two sides of the same coin. The film is also a documentary about the Cuban Revolution, which began in 1959 and ended in November, 1959. It was also a period of dictatorship in Cuba. The movie is an emotional story about a man who was a musician and a person who lived in a country that was in turmoil. The film is very moving and has a great message. This is a must see movie.

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Jose Bennett

This is a really interesting documentary, focusing on the fact that at the time the film was shot, Fidel Castro was only 26 years old. The reason for this is that in the film, the director has an interesting conversation with Castro. While Castro was very young, he is interested in music and piano and his mother has an arrangement of "Olivia in Wonderland" in her piano. The director also discusses the importance of music to the revolution and how the revolutionaries were obsessed with it. Castro says that he was born with a musical talent and that he plays piano all day, every day, but his parents aren't very keen on it and don't let him play it much. So Castro decided to learn it on his own, and it was the beginning of his musical career. When Castro learned to play piano, he could understand it better and he started playing with the rest of the Cuban musicians. The documentary also shows his love of music and how he learned it from his father. It is interesting to see how Fidel became involved in music, and how his love for music helped him to overcome his issues with the Castro regime. It also shows how music is used as a tool of the revolution and how it helps the people to see the revolution in a different way. The film also shows the effect music has on the people, and how music helps the people to see things in a different way. The director has a great conversation with Fidel Castro, and he also interviews several musicians who have played with him, and they all discuss the effect that music has on their lives and how they use music in their lives. The director also interviews Fidel's son, who was only 3 years old when Fidel died. The director talks to the son and he says that he used to think that Fidel was very important in his life, but he now thinks that he was very important in Fidel's life. Overall, this is a great documentary and it shows the effect music has on people. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of the Cuban Revolution.

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Joshua K.

I really enjoyed this film. It was not an overly commercial production, nor was it an overly artistic film. The film was not aimed at the general public. It was aimed at a select group of music lovers. It is a good representation of the musicians and their musical choices. The film is not perfect. However, I believe that it is a better film than the three previous documentaries about the history of The Beatles. I would recommend it to anyone who likes the Beatles and music. It is a great film and I hope it is released on DVD soon.

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Matthew Greene

It is so rare for a documentary to come out that captures the cultural and social impact of a moment. It is even more rare that it does so without being overly melodramatic. In short, this documentary is a must-see for any film student, regardless of their personal taste. It is a tribute to the music, the spirit, the spirit of Cuba, and the spirit of music itself. I can't wait to see what other works of the great David Bowie will be in the future. Thank you, Mr. Bowie, for making the music world a better place.

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A Tuba to Cuba is a remarkable film. It's really one of those rare films that has an amazing story and great actors. The film is about the story of a group of musicians who travelled to Cuba in 1961 to perform at the end of the Cuban Revolution. The film starts in 1959 in Havana, the year of the revolution. The film is based on interviews with Cuban musicians, musicians who were involved in the Revolution, and musicians who were associated with the Revolution. The film is very well shot and is very moving and honest. It's well directed and well acted. I was very impressed with this film and I highly recommend it.

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Bryan S.

This documentary was very well done. I personally was very impressed by the sound quality and visuals. I felt the music was very well chosen and matched the mood of the scenes. This was a great production and very well done. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good documentary. It was very well done and had an interesting background story.

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Catherine Ryan

One of the most fascinating things about this movie is that it is in a sense a historical document. That is, it is not simply a record of the life and times of the great Cuban artist/musician, Jose Marti. It is a record of the Cuban culture. The film is shot in black and white, which gives it a somewhat 'new' look, but it is not a dull look, in fact it is the most effective look that one could give to this movie. It is a love letter to Cubans and it has been given that effect. There is a lot of love shown to the Cuban people. For example, in the film, there is a brief scene of Marti playing with a small child. There is also a scene of Marti's mother singing to the child. The love shown in the film is also shown in the music. In the film, Marti is heard singing a number that was not played in Cuba until the mid-80's. Also, the music is very emotional. The music in the film is almost non-stop, and the emotions shown in the music are very emotional. The music is a must see. In the film, the music is more than just a story. It is a musical piece that has been shown and loved by many Cubans and is still shown and loved by many Cubans. The music is a very important part of the film, and it shows the art of the music. The music is also one of the most important elements of the film. The film is also extremely well made. The photography is beautiful. The music is beautiful. The acting is excellent. The film is very well done. The film is very well made, and it has been well shot. This film is not an easy film to watch, but it is worth seeing. I think that anyone who loves Cuban music, Cuban culture, or Cuban cinema will enjoy this film. There is a lot to like about this film. This film is a must see.