200 Cartas is a romantic comedy about the life of a Puerto Rican born in NY. One night, Raul meets Maria, a young Puerto Rican woman visiting New York. The night of their encounter, ...
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200 Cartas is a romantic comedy about the life of a Puerto Rican born in NY. One night, Raul meets Maria, a young Puerto Rican woman visiting New York. The night of their encounter, something dramatic happens and they are suddenly separated. Struck by love at first sight, he travels to Puerto Rico in search of this beautiful girl. This adventure will have him traveling around the island in search of his love. Written by
The film was schedule to shoot for 18 days. Out of all those days probably it rained 14 days. The production also got hit with hurricane Irene and delay production for two days. Due to the rain there were a lot of delays, and also a lot mosquitoes. Lin Manuel Miranda came down with dengue fever that sent him to the hospital for a couple of days. As Lin was getting better Raoul Germain, the director of photography came down with dengue fever as well. Knock of wood both are "guerrilla". They got back on their feet and finished production. See more »
I enjoyed seeing this movie. It was funny very beautiful scenes of Puerto Rico. It was great to finally be able to relate to characters in a movie. Loved that is was bilingual or Spanglish as we call it. I recommend it! I would love to see more movies with positive Latinos actors. As a Latina born in the united states I was able to relate to what the main character went through when speaking Spanish in Puerto Rico. It was fun to watch. It made me laugh. It was good to see that finally more movies are being made of the Latino community. We need more roles like these that show us in a different light instead of just the prisoner, gang member etc.
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