To War /
Andrés Rodríguez was sent from Cuba to Angola and Nicaragua, to fight in the name of the communist revolution. He eventually returned home, but his soul stayed behind. Forty years have passed, but he is still fighting. There is a hunger gnawing at him, satisfied only by training rigorously for the war to come, and by trying to find the comrades who once fought beside him. Divided into chapters like a commando-training guide, the film employs sound and camerawork techniques that transport the viewers into the heart of the battlefield. Nobody is injured or killed in front of the camera, but this singular portrait of a lone warrior is a reflection of anyone who has ever had to wield a weapon.