Lo que le pasó a Santiago
Lo que le pasó a Santiago (; "What Happened to Santiago") is a 1989 Puerto Rican film written and directed by Jacobo Morales. The film tells the story of a recently retired widower who meets a mysterious young lady who disrupts his daily routines. Lo que le pasó a Santiago was the first and only Puerto Rican production to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In 2011 AMPAS revised its rules to make films from U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico ineligible for the Foreign Language Film award.
Santiago, a widowed man visits his wife at the cemetery. Near the location of the filming of a movie, Santiago meets a mysterious woman. She is very pleasant, and talks to him. They exchange gifts, but then upon saying their good-byes, she doesn't tell him her name and he wonders if he'll ever see her again. They bump into each other again and the woman continues to be pleasant and tells him her name is Angelina. Angelina informs him that she has been watching him and saw when he mailed a letter to someone.
|keywords||bootlegger driving in the rain film force hear mental institution morning mysterious woman new york city paint phone book phonograph phonograph record plan puerto rico read real life retire rub rum-running spain spanish-american war talk travel widow|
|musicBy||Pedro Rivera Toledo|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film|
|producer||Blanca Silvia Eró Pedro Muñíz|
|productionCompany||Bacalao Inc. Dios los Cria Inc. Taleski Studios Inc.|