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Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (27-Feb-2004)

Director: Guy Ferland

Writers: Victoria Arch; Kate Gunzinger; Peter Sagal; Boaz Yakin

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Cuba, Dance

Sequel to Dirty Dancing (1987).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mika Boorem
Actor
18-Aug-1987   The Education of Little Tree
Romola Garai
Actor
1-Jul-1982   Rory O'Shea Was Here
Jonathan Jackson
Actor
11-May-1982   Lucky Spencer on General Hospital
January Jones
Actor
5-Jan-1978   Mad Men
Diego Luna
Actor
29-Dec-1979   Y tu Mamá También
Mya
Musician
10-Oct-1978   My Love Is Like...Wo
John Slattery
Actor
13-Aug-1962   Roger on Mad Men
Patrick Swayze
Actor
18-Aug-1952 14-Sep-2009 Dirty Dancing
Sela Ward
Actor
11-Jul-1956   Lily Sammler on Once and Again

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 31-Aug-2006)

Havana Nights is the best film I've seen in years. I appreciate all the hard work contributed to the production of this movie. The colours , music and dancing. Superb. Diego proves to be a master in the art of eye contact and body language. He lets his essence flow and leaves his audiance satisfied and believing that he has a sense of purity and innocence. He has me pinned to the ground and bagged. Romola beautiful and graceful. A perfect match to partner with Diego. They both united so completely that it's hard to imagine them going their separate ways. I will be looking for any other works they have done.


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