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Princesses (Princesas)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:August 23, 2006
Running time:113 minutes
Cast:Candela Peña, Micaela Nevárez, Mariana Cordero, Llum Barrera, Violeta Pérez
Director:Fernando Leon de Aranoa
Producer:Jaume Roures, Fernando León de Aranoa
Writer:Fernando Leon de Aranoa
Distributor:IFC First Take

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

Description: A sometimes hilarious, sometimes emotionally gripping, realistic look at the world of prostitution that convincingly demonstraes that we are all looking for the same things--self-respect, love and happiness. Caye is Spanish, middle class, and keeps her life of prostitution a secret from her family. Zule is an immigrant from the Dominican Republic who will use the money to support her son back home. Their friendship develops when Zule is beaten up and Caye takes her to the hospital.

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