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Captivating film that shows a lot of the puertorican culture
Synopsis: The movie is settled in different areas of Puerto Rico, and shows the pain/humor/sensitivity/obsession of love relationships. I recommend this movie to any person that appreciates the everyday portrayal of life situations.
What I liked: I personally highly valued the quality of the acting and filmography.
What I did disliked: Nothing
Comparations: Compared to other movies from Puerto Rico, this one seems to be the best in terms of production quality, the music of the film was excellent.
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