Yellow (2006 feature film)

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Yellow
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Film poster
Directed by Alfredo De Villa
Produced by Steven Brown
Dennis Murphy
Roselyn Sanchez
Written by Nacoma Whobrey
Roselyn Sanchez
Starring Roselyn Sanchez
Bill Duke
D. B. Sweeney
Distributed by Hannibal Pictures
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Release date
  • 2006 (2006)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Spanish

Yellow is a 2006 film starring Roselyn Sanchez.

Plot synopsis[edit]

The film follows the life of Amarillys Campos (Sanchez), a classically trained Puerto Rican dancer who moves to New York City after her father's suicide to pursue her dreams of becoming a famous dancer, but ends up becoming a stripper at a seedy nightclub to make ends meet. Upon her arrival to New York, she moves into a ratty apartment and becomes close with her neighbor, Miles, a former professor of poetry at New York University who currently works at a supermarket due to the fact that he has become mentally unstable. While working as a stripper, she meets a lonely doctor Christian Kyle (Sweeney) who feels the need to protect her, and the two begin a relationship. When the doctor proposes that they move to Australia, Amarillys must decide between her lifelong desire to be a famous dancer, mending a relationship with her family back in Puerto Rico, and taking a chance with her new love.

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