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Movie Review - 'From Prada to Nada'

From Prada to Nada

Starring Camilla Belle and Alexa Vega

Directed by Angel Gracia/font>

Rated PG-13

There is no greater tragedy than a promising story misdirected. Like a beautiful oil painting caught in a hurricane, no matter how classic the depiction or recognizable the content, there is little chance of the survival of its integrity. Such is the case with Angel Gracia’s From Prada to Nada, a modern day adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, Sense and Sensibility.

Set in Los Angeles, sisters Nora (Camilla Belle) and Mary Dominguez (Alexa Vega) are left orphaned and penniless after the death of their seemingly wealthy father. Forced out of their Beverly Hills home by their estranged brother’s (Alexis Ayala) flagrantly avaricious wife, (April Bowlby) the two take up residence with their Aunt (Adriana Barraza) and a familial slew of Mexican women in the treacherous, unexplored jungle of East L.A. From their,
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Exclusive Video: From Prada to Nada Cast Interviews

Exclusive Video: From Prada to Nada Cast Interviews
Opening on January 28th, is a new romantic comedy loosely based on Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility entitled, From Prada to Nada. The film is a Latin version of the English novel and stars Camilla Belle (10,000 B.C.), Alexa Vega (Spy Kids), Wilmer Valderrama (That '70s Show), Nicholas D'Agosto (Election), and Academy Award nominee Adriana Barraza (Babel). We recently had a chance to speak with the stars of the movie, Camilla Belle, Alexa Vega, Wilmer Valderrama, Nicholas D'Agosto, and Adriana Barraza, about the new film, its archetypal characters, and adding a Latin flavor to the classic material. To watch our exclusive interviews click on the video clips below.

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From Prada to Nada is a contemporary, Latina version of Jane Austen's classic novel Sense and Sensibility.
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