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Clandestinos is a 1987 Cuban Film directed by Fernando Pérez. The film chronicles the last days of the revolutionary struggle against Fulgencio Batista in Cuba, through the romance between two clandestine fighters who work on an underground printing press, used to print subversive pamphlets against the government.
Luis Alberto García.
Amado del Pino.
- Best Actress (Isabel Santos) - Havana Film Festival.
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