Brittany Runs a Marathon
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I had the chance to watch this cool film in the Heart of Santa Ana Ca. let me tell you what a relief it was to finally see our film makers create something that doesn't shine a light on our stereo types. I mean a film that goes against the grain in every way on how the Latino community is viewed. The film hits home on a few different levels. We all might know someone like Crystal Luna; her issues are very real and could spell disaster. As for the film, loved it, no gang bangers or pregnant "Latina teens", finally we sit, we watch we laugh and then realize hey... this is a different story than we're used to. The film touches on life's reality of mental illness and how it can escalate rather quickly if not treated. I genuinely liked the film; the Guru is exactly how most of us picture a self-help "TV" personality. We see them on TV and wonder how they really live their lives. Anyway, good film, good acting and the story is great. Love the wacky costumes and the comedy is on point, flows really well at the right moments which reflect how well the directing and writing of the film is. Great job guys! I highly recommend this film. Nanak, Crystal and her crazy side kick are characters not to be missed. Get out and watch this movie, you'll love it.