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Directed by Abby Sun, Daniel Garber

Cast: Naudy "Cuba" Exposito, Trent Cormier

His name is Naudy Exposito, but while working in the overwhelmingly white Wyoming rodeo circuit, everyone calls him Cuba. A kinetic and humorous glimpse of a man just trying to do his job, the film rides along with Cuba, who fits the rodeo cowboy stereotype no better than he fits into his ill-fated Japanese mini-truck. After a sudden injury, Cuba’s masculine dreams collide with the reality that even the most undignified accidents can be quite painful.

Directors’ Bio

Abby Sun and Daniel Garber are Asian-American filmmakers who work by day as a festival programmer and an editor, respectively. They are working on a cycle of short documentaries that complicate the notion of white male cowboys as the archetypal heroes of the American West.

Plays in


Stories of cultural identity, a subcultural legend, meaningful and surprising connection with others, and personal sacrifice comprise the eight short films in the Nitehawk Shorts Festival MATINEE TWO program.

Dates & Times


Nitehawk Cinema Williamsburg

Sun, Nov 17
11:30 am