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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
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary, Music
Director
T.G. Herrington, Danny Clinch
Writer
T.G. Herrington, T.G. Herrington
Actors
Ben Jaffe, Ronell Johnson, Charlie Gabriel, Walter Harris
Country
Cuba, USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
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. Along the way, they discover a deep cultural connection that transcends language, politics, color and creed. Join the band as they traverse post-embargo Cuba in search of the indigenous beats and rhythms that gave birth to New Orleans jazz. Dark, shared histories of slavery reveal an indelible cultural connection rooted in the hearts and minds of ancestors past. Encounters with some of Cuba's most iconic musicians give rise to both spontaneous and soulful collaborations. Living rooms, back alleys and cobbled stone streets soon bear witness to the connective power of music. Geopolitical divisions melt even further as the band encounters the struggles and hardships of their own city reflected in the streets of Cuba. It is as if they are one place and one people, born to combat despair, oppression, and poverty with ingenuity, humor, and - of course - music. As the journey draws to an end, Pres Hall calls on their Cuban counterparts and take to the streets of Havana in one last raucous musical romp that brings the city to its knees. Inspired and reinvigorated; Preservation Hall Jazz Band returns home to record their new album inspired by their journey, the profound effect of reconnecting with their roots forever shaping their lives and music. A Tuba to Cuba captures the triumph of the human spirit expressed through the universal language of music and challenges us to dig deeper. To find the common ground we all have inside us, and there, firmly plant the flag of brotherhood.

Comments about history «A Tuba to Cuba» (5)

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Benjamin

I had the opportunity to see this film at a screening in New York. The film was divided into three parts. The first, a man's love for his father, is really quite moving. The second part, about a woman's obsession with her father, is really quite sad. The third part, about a young man's love for his father, is quite poignant. It seems to be very moving to me, but I can't say for everyone. This film was one of the best documentaries I have seen. I will definitely see it again, as it has a certain something that I can't describe.

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Andrea Edwards

I first heard of this film in an episode of "Music from the Heart" which was later added to the DVD. It was wonderful to see the films efforts to make this film a success. It has been a long time since I've seen a documentary like this and I was impressed with the effort and the effort of the production staff. I was surprised at how many times this was shown and how well it was received. It is also great to see that this film was made as a tribute to David Bowie. I hope to see more films of this nature. The film has a good message to it and it is an eye opener to the difficulties of making a film about this subject matter. The music is really fantastic and it shows the difficulties that everyone has to deal with when dealing with a subject matter like this. It also shows the contributions that have been made by the media to this subject and how they have not only not contributed but have also become more like the subjects of the film. I hope to see more documentaries like this one.

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Heather

Fantastic! Brilliant! I'm a big fan of Bruce Springsteen and Tom Waits, so it was a great honor to be able to see this documentary! The film begins with a beautiful slide show of Bruce and Tom's first album. It is absolutely stunning. Bruce and Tom were absolutely in the moment. They had a very good rapport. They had a very big musical moment in their life. The movie ends with a song from their final album, "The Getaway". I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. There were some of the most incredible things that you could possibly experience, including the way that Bruce and Tom went to Cuba. It was a great experience. The film is a very inspiring film. The way the film is filmed, it is very cinematic. It is very cool. It is definitely worth seeing. It is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. There are some interesting things that you have to look into. Like the way that Bruce and Tom were able to go to Cuba. They went to a place that is very mysterious, but that is also very much in the music. The film is very cool. It is very interesting. I recommend it to anyone. I highly recommend it. I love it. It is an amazing film. It is a great film. I recommend it.

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Helen Hughes

I've been a die-hard fan of Cuba Libre for many years now. This documentary is the perfect blend of documentary and music videos. It's a must for fans of Cuba Libre and for anyone who wants to learn more about the music, culture, and history of Cuba Libre. It's a must for those who want to see the true history behind the music, which is also fascinating. It's a must for everyone. The music is one of the main themes in this documentary. There are some great stories, and some of the music is just amazing. It's definitely worth seeing.

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Steven Estrada

Tuba to Cuba is a documentary film that explores the life of the famed trumpet player and his musical genius. He was born to play the trumpet and at the age of eight was diagnosed with polio. At the age of sixteen he lost his hearing and was forced to quit playing. As a young man he worked for several musicians, including the late great Alan Freed and George Gershwin, who was famous for his use of his trumpet. The film shows how his dreams were shattered and how he struggled to overcome his disability. Tuba to Cuba is a great movie for people of all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The film has several interviews with some of the people involved in his life and their thoughts on the man and his life. The documentary also features interviews with the musicians who were friends and colleagues of the man and gives a good sense of his early life and his passion for music. The film has an emotional journey that takes you to a place of music history that can be admired by all. The movie has a great feel to it that can be felt by people of all ages and musical tastes. It is a well-made film that will appeal to anyone who is interested in the life of such a great man. This is a great movie that is easy to watch and a great film for all ages. If you are interested in the life of this man, this is the movie for you.