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Richard C. Sarafian
Though the cast is generally great, especially Montgomery, Farina & Kotto, the movie was obviously shot in L.A. The cinematography slips at times by keeping shots with the San Gabriel mountains in the background as well as extras who are obviously Mexican, Central American or locals of said descent as opposed to Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dominican or South American Latins which by far are representative of Miami's Latino community. There are no scenes of the Everglades or of Miami Beach or any others that would be telltale of South Florida or anywhere in Florida, for that matter. The movie line does (mostly) adhere to the book version otherwise, thus a good not great one overall. Worth keeping as part of a file or as a get one free as an extra in rental.
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