Cuban filmmaker Juan Carlos Cremata Malberti stated in an interview that his life had lost its meaning after the death of his daughter in January of last year.
In an interview with the activist Eliécer vila published on his YouTube channel, the creator referred to the depression that had occupied him after the death of Yésica in January 2022.
“I have lost the meaning of my life. I am sad, I am a person who lives without hope, even if I could earn money here and fame, but there are no benefits for me, because everything was born in my daughter”, said Cremata. that of his long criticism in Cuba.
The director referred to the moment of his daughter’s death when he was immersed in the presentation of the play SOS Cuba, written and directed by him and starring actress and comedian Aleanis Jáuregui (Cuqui La Mora for Cubans).
“I stopped working. All the effort is now lost,” he added and spoke of the absolute support that Cuqui La Mora offered him, who became a constant presence in those days of mourning.
Among the most serious details that Cremata Avila revealed, she said that they did not allow her daughter’s body to be cremated because the leaders were “wrong” with it.
“I have no doubt that my mother and my daughter will be killed by him. It is a lie that the health system is medical,” exclaimed the director, in addition to the public interest, when Cremata began to be in crisis. The government used his status as an HIV patient to talk, arguing that he would make public health.
A few years ago, upon his arrival in the United States, he had indicated that he would be in that country to bequeath his daughter, which, as Avila repeated, he had sent his daughter to Cuba.
“Give him the future that shines in his eyes” was the main dream and recognition that he could not receive.
CiberCuba stated that the filmmaker did not emigrate two years ago to seek Hollywood fame, he also chose exile because he was fleeing a nightmare.
“They decided to die while I was living in Cuba when they made me sign an act at the Ministry of Culture saying that I would never do theater in Cuba for life. I wasn’t going to die because I don’t have a calling. He said to martyrdom.