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for all of those who say this movie is too Dominican that's it is... well it was made in Santo Domingo by us the Dominicans. yeah i'm Dominican and very proud of it... don't be saying the movie is not good just because u don't understand how US DOMINICANS be talking OK... and Balbuena is funny as hell. us Dominican are very proud of this movie because it reflects what any Dominican would want that is to come to the U.S for "el sueño Americano". It's a good thing this movie was made it makes all of us the Dominicans very proud and we like it a whole lot. Just make sure you watch the movie and really understand what they are saying before saying anything.
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