This film was quite difficult to sit through. The thought of watching it again makes me want to stuff giant moth balls deep inside my ears. Not only was the plot unoriginal, predictable and completely lacking any depth or substance - but the dialogue was about as creative and sophisticated as a teenage girls diary. The protagonist, Diana Diaz, was the only commendable part of the movie, although that may have been more due to her beauty and Spanish accent rather than her pure acting talent. However, she may have done the best that this shallow film could allow her to do.