Combines the wear of the skin, its wrinkled geography, with the strength of the characters to remain active through music, a slight color of the Caribbean longing.
In the city of Santa Clara, Cuba, three elderly musicians move between present and memory to relate their undying passion for what keeps them alive: the music. Zaida sings her tired heart out, Bringuez strives to play the saxophone again, and Candide, with an impressively athletic form, uses old photographs and magazine clippings to convey his tireless love for life. The oldies take a look at the daily work and the will of those who once were at the heart of Cuba's rich music scene. This film discovers the young souls of the artists who shaped the country’s culture and offers an intimate and compassionate perspective of life in old age.