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Genres: Drama
Actors: Jesus Castanos , Araceli Guzman-Rico , Emily Rios , J.R. Cruz , Listette Avila , Alicia Sixtos , Hector Quevedo , Germán Campos , Carlos Linares , Johnny Chavez , Carmen Aguirre , Margarita Lugo , Jorge Ortiz , Veronica Sixtos , Jesse Garcia
Director: Richard Glatzer , Wash Westmoreland
Country: United States
Year: 2006
IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 (3033 votes)

Magdalena is 14 and anxiously awaiting her 15th birthday where she’ll celebrate her quinceanara. Her world starts to crumble when she discovers her pregnancy after not being able to fit in her gown for her quinceanara. Soon, she’s kicked out of her home, abandoned by her family, and abandoned by her baby’s father. Magdalena is then taken in by her great-granduncle, Tomas and her gay, often-in-trouble cousin, Carlos. There she finds a new family and life.

Film Review

I have been fascinated with Echo Park since I was a teenager. I am from Texas, but my father's college buddy moved out to L.A. to work in show business, and we stayed with him at his home in Echo Park a couple times. I had no comprehension that my dad's friend living in Echo Park was part of a gentrification process (I didn't even know what gentrification meant). About ten years ago, the movie Mi Vida Loca came out, focusing on Echo Park gangsters; more recently, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas allowed me to drive around Echo Park and participate in gang warfare. This movie allowed me to vicariously experience life in Echo Park in a way that the aforementioned movies, video games, and even visits to the neighborhood could not. Instead of being cloistered in my father's friend's home, I was able to visit the homes of the Mexican-American families that populate the neighborhood. Instead of seeing the streets of Echo Park through the barrel of a gun in Grand Theft Auto, …

Charming, personal independent drama arrives on video shelves with the honor of receiving both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at last years Sundance festival, an overbearing honor that somehow placed too much importance on the respectable, but flawed culture piece. Essentially a celebration of Latino family, Quinceañera primarily revolves around the grounded performance of a just-short-of-15-years Magdalena (Emily Rios) as she prepares for her not-so-traditional, customary celebration into womanhood, influenced by her superficial, spoiled cousin. As the financial reality of a more humble and lower-class family begins to take it's toll on the stressed out teen, the unfortunate errors of being young and naive begin to make there way into Magdelena's busy month, compacting into a realistic but dramatic buildup to her celebration. Revolving around this central character, lies the heart of the film, articulated by some of the spot-on performances provided by the fam…

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