A documentary about Nicolás Guillén Landrián (1938-2003), one of the greatest Cuban Filmmakers. Most of his documentaries were censured, apparently because he was not considered of the quality required to represent the Cuban Film Industry. He was sent to jail twice and also to a mental institution, where he was given electric shock treatment. Irreverent, experimental and in some way sarcastic, some of his films have survived censorship. He died in Miami, before this documentary was finished.