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And “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights” is a great movie to look at, with its period Havana (actually San Juan, Puerto Rico, with lots of 1950s cars). She is a beauty and a gifted comedian, who played Kate in “Nicholas Nickleby” and was the younger sister, Cassandra, in the wonderful 2003 film “I Capture the Castle.” They must be given credit for their presence and charisma in “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights,” and together with the film’s general ambiance, they do a lot to make amends for the lockstep plot.The dancing is well done, the music will sell a lot of soundtracks, and . But here’s an idea: Rent “Y Tu Mama Tambien,” “Nicholas Nickleby” and “I Capture the Castle,” and eliminate the middleman. Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004) Directed by: Guy Ferland Starring: Diego Luna, Romola Garai, Sela Ward, John Slattery, Jonathan Jackson, January Jones, Mika Boorem, René Lavan, Mya, Polly Cole, Chris Engen, Tommy Kavelin Screenplay by: Victoria Arch, Boaz Yakin Production Design by: Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski Cinematography by: Anthony B.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.Since then, the mother-to-two with her husband and fellow actor Sam Hoare, has never gone to the gym or counted calories - and dieting is not a conversation topic she will have with her two children.Romola explains that she doesn't want them to value themselves on their looks: 'I would never use the words "pretty" or "beautiful" as any form of validation.'We live in an age obsessed with looks and you have to do what you can to shift the focus.' And the same goes for her own career, as she confessed about her own understated beauty: 'It doesn't upset me not to be getting the pretty parts.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 claims she was told to lose weight by producers and made to exercise during filming of Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights, revealing: 'It was a traumatising experience that took years to unpick.'Romola - who has appeared in period dramas like Suffragette, Atonement and BBC's critically-acclaimed The Hour - most recently spoke out about feeling 'violated' by her the film mogual who has a string of allegations against him.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).Couldn’t Castro at least have crashed the dance contest in disguise, like Douglas Fairbanks would have?Why, then, do I give this movie two stars and the original only one? Perhaps, but perhaps, too, because we go to the movies to look at the pretty pictures on the screen, like infants who like bright toys dangled before them. You remember him from “Y Tu Mama Tambien,” and here again he has that quirky, winning charm.
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.