Cuban Carlos Lechuga’s odd-couple political drama explores the profound emotional effects of life under Fidel….
Offering a refreshingly low-key take on an idea that could too easily have become strident, noisy and melodramatic, the virtues of Carlos Lechuga’s second feature are the quiet, human ones, the script carefully and respectfully training its gaze on two unwilling outsiders struggling to live a life that the system has stolen from them.

Source: ‘Santa and Andres’: Film Review | TIFF 2016 | Hollywood Reporter