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Latino Daily News

Tuesday December 21, 2010

“From Prada To Nada.”  A South of the border Version of “Sense And Sensibility” (VIDEO)

You know the story, Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen.  Two super posh English spoiled sisters must reinvent their lives after their very very well off dad kicks the bucket and leaves them penniless. They move into the humble abode of a far away aunt, where they discover love, their heritage, and what not, and everyone lives happily ever after, except the father, because again,  he dies toward the beginning of the novel.

Now change “posh English” with “airhead Mexican-American” and change the locale from English country side to Beverly Hills, California you have the plot of “From Prada to Nada” the new hispanicized spin on the Austen tale, coming to theaters January 28 2011.

The sisters Nora and Mary will be played by Camilla Belle and Alexa Vega, and their grandmother will be portrayed by Mexican actress Adriana Barraza and Wilmer Valderrama is billed as ‘Bruno,’ one of the girls’ love interest, all under the direction of Angel García.

Watch the video below for more information directly from the stars.