What You'll Get
A sharp satire on the frustrating red tape wrapped around Castro's communist government, the irreverent 1966 comedy La muerte de un burócrata (Death of a Bureaucrat) follows the misadventures of a widow whose husband, a model worker, was buried with his labor card -- which she desperately needs to claim benefits, kicking off a hilarious series of attempts to attain it from the grave. The L.A. Conservancy teams with the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles for this big-screen showing in Spanish with English subtitles at the Palace Theatre downtown, where Tomás Gutiérrez Alea's film will be followed by a Spanish-English Q&A session with radio producer and arts journalist Betto Arcos.
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