Gael Garcia Bernal is plugging his first feature as a director, a film called Deficit, which is supposed to tell the story of a group of young, bored middle class kids who spend their time drinking, taking drugs and being racists, although not necessarily in that order.
The actor told the official Cuban newsagency Prensa Latina that presenting his own film at the Havana festival had been “like a dream come true”.
Apparently, this is Garcia Bernal’s ninth visit to Fidel Castro’s island paradise.
That’s right – visit number nine. Perhaps it's time for someone, somewhere to ask the film star what he thinks about his hosts?