The Blue Diner

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The Blue Diner
Theatrical poster
Directed by Jan Egleson
Produced by Natatcha Estébanez
Written by Jan Egleson
Natatcha Estébanez
Starring Lisa Vidal
William Marquez
Music by Claudio Ragazzi
Cinematography Teresa Medina
Edited by Jeanne Jordan
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
Distributed by First Look International
Release date
  • March 16, 2001 (2001-03-16) (Mar del Plata Film Festival)
Running time
100 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Blue Diner is a 2001 comedy / romance film. It was directed and written by Jan Egleson. The producer Natatcha Estébanez also co-wrote and story and screenplay. Director Jan Egleson used excess film stock from the production of James Cameron's Titanic (1997). The movie was filmed in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.


During a late night argument with her mother, Elena loses her ability to speak Spanish. This is caused by overwhelming stress. Elena's inability to reconcile with her mother. Her father has been gone since she was a very young child, and to top that off, now she feel caught between two men, a Latin artist named Tito, who has no Green Card, and her Irish-American boss, Brian. Elena turns to the Cuban proprietor of the Blue Diner for help.



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