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Mamitas

Rating:R (for some sexual references and teen partying)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:April 27, 2012
Running time:109 minutes
Cast:Jennifer Esposito, Joaquim de Almeida, Veronica Diaz-Carranza, Heather Tom, Matt Medrano
Director:Nicholas Ozeki
Writer:Nicholas Ozeki
Distributor:Screen Media Films

Web Site: http://www.MamitasTheMovie.com

Description: At school, Jordin (Bonilla) is a cocky but charming Latino firebrand; at home he is a doting grandson who can't seem to please his perpetually cranky father. On the day he's suspended for insulting a teacher, Jordin meets Felipa (Diaz-Carranza), a bookish, no-nonsense New York girl who sees past the swaggering facade. The two immediately embark on an unlikely friendship that inspires Jordin to find out who he really is.

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