There's hunger, and then there's hunger, and every kind of both fuel the desperate young Cuban men who scrap through this nervy, sensual feature. The first hunger is the obvious one: Good food, as with almost everything a family needs, isn't easy to come by in late-era Havana, so husband and new father Reinier (Reinier Díaz), a sharp-cheekboned beauty, has to peddle the only thing he owns of value in his shambling country's economy—his practice-toned amateur footballer's body. "Put it in him where you know it's supposed to go," his mother advises, in front of his... More >>>