Lisette and husband Chino face marital difficulties. She is fed up with the kids, while he has job troubles. His mother Rosaria hates Lisette and the neighborhood tramp has designs on Chino. Things get even worse when Chino goes to jail and Lisette gets a good job uptown. Can this marriage be saved? Written by
For Lisette, everyday has become independence day.
Did You Know?
Director Darnell Martin
had a major falling out with her film studio Columbia as she objected to the title change, the fact that they marketed her film as a romantic comedy in the vein of "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and that they referred to her in their publicity as an Afro-American female director. Although Martin technically fits that description, she took exception to the fact that the studio was using her ethnicity as a tool to sell tickets. See more
You know what your problem is? You never think about the other person.
Good night, other person.
It's morning, Chino.
Referenced in New York at the Movies
Written by Bert Kaempfert
and Milton Gabler
(as Milt Gabler)
Produced by Don DeVito
Performed by Julio Iglesias
Courtesy of Columbia Records See more