Chico & Rita

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Moeka

Loved the music and animation! ¡Me muy divertí!

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Yvonne

beautifully done! well worth the time; love the music!

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Jacqueline

TY:) Loved this story-no translation required ... The music is excellent!

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JORDANA

the music is brilliant. just rewatched for the second time, this time around with my lover. he is a musician and enjoyed it as well.

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marjorie

Fabulous love story. Excellent animation, I loved it despite my inability to understand Spanish - it needed no translation!

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Anna

What a delightful animated love story! Phenomenal music and vivid colors -- don't miss out!

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