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This is definitely one of the best Puertorican movies ever made. I love it so much, I've seen it twice on theaters. It shows the worst in love but you can't help but enjoy it. I'm sure only a Puertorican can truly love this film but it's a movie for everyone, so don't miss out on it. Besides I'm curious about what a non Puertorican has to say about it.
For those of you interested here is a link to the trailer(you'll have to copy/paste it):
This film does have English subtitles, unlike the man of a previous review, I know see has been removed, said.
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