It’s not a sequel! ”It’s a companion piece,” explains producer Lawrence Bender. As a salsa-dancing waiter, ”Y Tu Mamá También”’s Diego Luna flashes his hungry eyes at newcomer Romola Garai (”Nobody puts Romola in a corner!”) in prerevolutionary 1950s Cuba. Promises the producer, ”There will be plenty of hot stuff going on.”
Posted February 17 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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