Sweet 15 is a 1990 American made-for-television family drama film about a fourteen-year-old girl whose dreams of having a perfect quinceanera are suddenly halted when she realizes that her family is not in the United States legally.

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Jackie
Lennard Camarillo ...
Son
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Inez
Panchito Gómez ...
Ramon
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Lupe
Karla Montana ...
Marta de la Cruz
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Samuel
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Waterman
Alex Uribe ...
Cousin
Laura P. Vega ...
Gaby Corea
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Sweet 15 is a 1990 American made-for-television family drama film about a fourteen-year-old girl whose dreams of having a perfect quinceanera are suddenly halted when she realizes that her family is not in the United States legally.

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Blue Danube Waltz
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written by Johann Strauss
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Oh, My Eyes!
23 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not saying this just because they forced us to watch it in Spanish class, but I my gosh! What were they thinking having that like 40 year old guy chasing around this 14 year old girl, Marta. Not to mention he couldn't dance to save his life.I mean I know it's a well know dance. But the guy had no rhythm. Then, the girl Marta(Who this movie is mostly about)is acting all spoiled and whiny when they have to cancel her 15 B-day party when they find out her dad is an illegal Mexican immigrant.Not only that, but the dad's trying to keep her from the 40 year old guy Ramon who drives her around without actually hitting on her.They're from like totally different worlds and a 40 yr. old guy not hitting on this young girl who's attracted to him? Yeah right...I think her father and Mother play great parts and everything, but almost everyone else were really corny. I mean don't you think there would be other concerns with the situation than no party when her dad might get into some big trouble?


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