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August 06, 2007

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Kiko Jones

"...Willie Colon and Ismael Miranda have publicly distanced themselves from the project. *sigh* Let's just say I hope this doesn't get in the way of making more salsa-centric flicks. The genre and the time period deserve it."

Amen, sister.

Word is salsera La India is devloping a Lavoe biopic of her own. Hmm...

caro

Kiko, there are bits of India's Lavoe project on YouTube. It looks a little stage-y and telenovela-esque, but who knows.

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