Satisfying as both a political thriller and a love story, this 1987 feature by Fernando Perez is so naturally realized that it avoids being didactic even as it commemorates events of the Cuban revolution. Anti-Batista activists move from one safe house to another, trying to elude a relentless police commissioner. Their leader (Luis Alberto Garcia), hardened by prison and torture, is suspicious of nearly everyone but gradually falls for his newest recruit, a headstrong idealist (Isabel Santos of EL Benny). The climactic rooftop chase is well choreographed and edited, and Edesio Alejandro’s surging score recalls early Isaac Hayes. Also know as Living Dangerously. In Spanish with subtitles. 103 min.