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The actions of the characters (especially her parents) were so foreordained, they played like closing night of a run that had gone on way too long.
Now here is “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.” Same characters, new names, same plot, new location. Louis arrives in 1958 Havana with their teenage daughter Katey (Romola Garai).
It's liberating.' She spent the first eight years of her life in Hong Kong with her parents and three siblings before moving to England where she attended the City of London School for Girls.
Vocal in her thoughts about the way women are treated in the entertainment industry, Romola admits she thought about quitting the business altogether, but reconsidered.'I did a lot of good work with great people.
She is courted by young James Phelps (Jonathan Jackson), son of a wealthier family.
Has anybody in the movies named Phelps ever been poor?
She meets Javier Suarez (Diego Luna), a nice Cuban waiter about her age, and by her clumsiness gets him fired. Well, of course she finds Phelps a bore and Javier a nice and considerate friend, not nearly as sexually vibrant, by the way, as Swayze. She has to choose between the godawful official balls and the excitement at La Rosa Negra, the club where Javier and his friends hang out — a club not a million miles distant in function from the disco in “Saturday Night Fever.” Can this white-bread American princess learn rhythm?
Of course she can, with Javier wading with her into the ocean and teaching her to feel the motion of the waves and allow her body to sway with them, and to listen to the music as if it is the waves, while meanwhile perfecting choreography so complex and demanding that it would have had Rita Moreno, in her heyday, pleading for the Sloan’s Liniment.
With his ex-wife he has raised two children: a son and a daughter.
All very well, and his revolution could have supplied some good scenes, as we know from “Havana” and the “Godfather” saga.
But is Fidel really needed in a retread of “Dirty Dancing”?
Richmond Film Editing by: Luis Colina, Scott Richter Costume Design by: Isis Mussenden Set Decoration by: Alan Hicks Art Direction by: Teresa Carriker-Thayer Music by: Heitor Pereira MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sensuality.
She's acted alongside the creme de la creme of Hollywood and is Golden Globe-nominated - but Romola Garai nearly quit Hollywood after a 'traumatic' experience.