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After persistence, obstacles, love, loyalty, tears and triumph, John Robert’s brilliant romantic drama Day of the Flowers has been nominated for the Michael Powell Best British Feature Film award at Edinburgh. Starring the world’s greatest ballet star Carlos Acosta with Eva Birhistle and Charity Wakefield, this is the first British film to be shot in Cuba since 1960 with Graham Greene’s Our Man in Havana with Alec Guiness.
The performances are superb, the music to die for and the feel-good factor unbeatable.
Day of the Flowers has its world premier on June 25th
Much of the effort comes from a small band of people in Suffolk, UK of which I sit right on the fringes — hence my cheer-leading.