Buena Vista Social Club
Documentary • G • 1999 • 1 hr 45 min
Definitely a great film! Movie director Win Wenders makes you feel there among the musicians and the streets of Cuba.
Excellent music documentary movie, superb and a must see
Classic music doc about forgotten Cuban musicians.
If you're fan, this documentary is for you... Tells background and origin stories, fun Interviews, accompanied by their great music!
An authentic musical and cinematographic pleasure
the rotating shots alone take this one up many notches on the list of best music docs. great whether you think you enjoy cuban music or not
One of all time great docs. No expose or tedious true crime. A celebration of great cuban musicians who would otherwise be lost to history.
A well-deserved film tribute to a group of gifted musicians forgotten by time in Cuba.
beautiful music and beautiful souls. could have done without ry cooder’s hubris.
Timeless music from a country with a wealth of culture to offer.
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