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Strangers in the City (1962)

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Complete credited cast:
Robert Gentile ...
Filipe
Camilo Delgado ...
Jose Alvarez
Rosita De Triano ...
Antonia
Greta Margos ...
Elena Alvarez
Robert Corso ...
Caddy
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Dan
John Roeburt ...
Grocery man
Ruth Kuzab ...
Jo
Kenny Delmar ...
Mr. Lou
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Janet Banzet ...
Girl at party
Maria Borgia ...
Customer
Theresa Borgia ...
Customer
Paul Candella ...
Jose's Boss
Tom Carroll ...
Car John
Rob Dewey ...
Apartment John
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Alone ... and searching for identity, for love, a world in which to belong.

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Drama

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27 November 1964 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

La ciudad ajena  »

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2.35 : 1
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Understandably Obscure
22 August 2006 | by (NY, NY) – See all my reviews

This movie's intentions are good. It examines the life of Puerto Rican immigrants and their children in New York City.

It has, however, the feel of a 16 millimeter project for a class. It was made before video. It was made before film schools. But it has the feel of a student assignment.

The direction is minimal. The plot is corny and far from original Yes, it does get intense in its later portion. So, though, do soap operas.

Some of the actors are good. Their intentions are very clearly good. But it's nothing one should rush to see. Its heart is in the right place but, unfortunately, that's about all that can be said for it.


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