Zenaida is the living story of almost a century in the history of Cuba. She was born in Camagüey in 1930, of black race and from the lowest socio-economic class that existed at that time. This is the story of a generation, the history of before and during a revolution, with its benefits and contradictions, the story untold by historians, where there are no winners or losers. The story told by the invisible ones. With humor and immense popular wisdom, she portrays us, the Cubans, tells us about racism, emigration and what there would be to be politically correct according to her.
Directed by Enrique Rottenberg (Cuba)