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Sueño (2005)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music | 25 July 2005 (USA)
A Mexican immigrant new to Los Angeles enters into a love triangle with two very different women.

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Antonio
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Nina
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Mirabela
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El Zorro
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Pancho
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Rafael
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Adón
Rick Simon ...
Jorge
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Uncle Alfonso (as Alejandro Patino)
Omar Ruvalcaba-Rosas ...
Juan
Mario Arias Jr. ...
Miguel
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Ana (as Erica Munoz)
Winston J. Rocha ...
Papa (as Winston Rocha)
Tobin Esperance ...
Enrique
Alan Marco ...
Victor
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A Mexican immigrant new to Los Angeles enters into a love triangle with two very different women.

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Sing. Dream. Believe.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for some strong language | See all certifications »
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26 March 2006 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

I just saw the film. I rented it on Netflix. John Leguizamo has never looked better. Or younger. He's always amazing, no matter what he does, whether it's his own stand-up comedy or Shakespeare. It was nice to see him branch out even further into the realm of music playing a Mexican musician who moves to LA to fulfill his dream. Overall, I thought the film was an excellent first effort by writer/director Renee Chabria. She did the Latin music industry a great service by exposing all those wonderful musicians. The film is ultimately about music and one's devotion to that gift, so I appreciated the impressive diversity of the musicians featured (Zoe, Ely Guerra, Jumbo, Jose Jose). Once you realize it's all about the music, you forgive that the convenient love-story falls short of compelling. Elizabeth Pena is refreshing as Mirabela, and I hope to see Ana Claudia Talancon in future roles. There should really be a soundtrack for this film.


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