Andros Perugorría is an actor born in Havana, Cuba, on August 2, 1990, known for Juan of the Dead (2011), 7 Days in Havana(2012) and Los nuestros (2015).
The son of famous Cuban actor and director Jorge Perugorría, his training as an actor begun early at age 12, with Humberto Rodriguez, Director of the Olga Alonso Theatre Group, where he played various Universal Classic Theatre and Cuban Classical Theatre roles.
His first role in a full length, commercially released feature film came at age 20, when he played Vladi in Juan of the Dead (2012). His passion and commitment for theatre and the stage remains despite various film projects, performing in “hamlet Interview” and “Litoral” under Miguel Abreu at the Ludi Theatre Company, as well as in Wadji Mouawad’s “Incendios”. In 2018 he plays the role of Loret de Mola in Rigoberto Lopez’ “El Mayor” as well as the role of Victor in Paolo Consorti’s Havana Kyrie.
Cuba, 2022. Two men who can't stand each other, father and son, travel in an old Russian car, from the west to the east of the island. The father is an ex-convict, who is going blind and has had to swallow his macho pride to ask his youngest son, a gay artist, to be his eyes to drive the car. They travel with the objective of finding the eldest son, who's 'gone missing', most likely because he's got himself into a life or death predicament. For the youngest son, who's been rejected by his father on account of being gay, and even after he'd given up seeking validation from the old man, his father's unusual request still represents an opportunity to get closer to his father... And to his brother.. And to earn his trust and both their respect, or at least that's what he thinks before they hit the road in search of his criminal older brother... For the old man, prejudice is the hardest habit to break. For him it is as clear as using the son he loves the least; to find the son that makes him proud. So, whitholding key facts from the gay son is a no brainer for the old man. Who fails to tell his young son about his brother's actual situation, playing down the fact he's actually hiding out in fear of his own life.... No to mention the gun he carries for "protection" Without knowing it, the young man is taken into a world of violence and darkness. By the end of the trip the young artist, like a samurai, will show more courage than his father or his brother relatives and will have to take the gun to save his family.View Project