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In its earliest incarnation, Rumba was initially used as a synonym for party a connection that is not lost on the makers of. Despite its slight story and tiny budget, the music that pulses through the heart of the film buoys it above its limitations.

Musician Nico (director/star Guillermo Ivn) has been bouncing between his native New Jersey home and his Cuban birthplace. His life is rudderless after losing Celso (Osvaldo de Lon), his best friend and musical mentor. While in Cuba trying to find a proper spot to dispose of his friends ashes, he encounters a music producer from the Big Apple who promises him a gig back in New York.

Desperate to find his groove again, Nico takes him up on the offer. He sees the trip as a potential to reconnect with his music and as an opportunity to visit with Celsos ex-wife, who is working as a waitress in the city. Unfortunately, once in New York, Nico finds the producer sold him a bill of goods, and his reunion with his friends wife does not go as smoothly as envisioned. Directionless and without a place to stay, Nico spends the evening in the park where he encounters a homeless man who takes all his belongings, including his backpack with his friends ashes.

sees the trip as a potential toreconnect with his music

In his mad scramble to retrieve them, he meanders into a neighborhood jazz joint called The Blue Bird. As fate would have it, it was the very same club where Celso longed to perform before his death. Nico recounts Celsos story to the clubs owner Jim (Ed Trucco), who is touched by Nicos tale and offers him a chance to perform.

And that is whereRumba Lovereally finds its lane and breathes to life. Prior to this, its somewhat anemic plot is compensated by its dedication to its cinematic craft and musical origins. Despite his impediments as a writer in this film, Ivn has undeniable skills both in front of and behind the camera. Swooping establishing shots, barrages of close-ups bathed in earth-tone hues, and an affinity for its settings, the film has the luster of a film three times its budget.

Additionally, Ivn cast the film with several actors who have appeared in many of his prior productions. The rapport they share anchors the film with natural authenticity that atones for some of the scripts more melodramatic tendencies.

The multi-hyphenate Ivn even co-wrote much of the films musical numbers, sung by New York-based vocalist/percussionist Jainardo Batista. Several Cuban-infused numbers echo in the background, helpingRumba Lovestay true to its titular musics festive origins. The result is a film that feels inspired by the sound to which it pays homage and has the confidence in craft to deliver.

Directed and Written: Guillermo Ivn

Starring: Guillermo Ivn, Ed Trucco, Zair Montes, Alfredo Diaz, Ariann Murad, Osvaldo de Len, Ilean Almaguer, Mauricio Bustamante, etc.

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