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It's 1958 and when her dad's job means the family have to move Cuba Katy Miller (Romola Garai) finds herself in a world of political unrest and living in a swanky hotel.

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Here, as the American daughter of a Ford executive relocated to Havana in the fall of 1958 (right before the revolution that drove Batista out of the country and put Castro in power), she gets to enact another young woman’s sexual blossoming.

Garai’s Katey is a bookworm (it’s always the bookworms who effect the ripest transformation) who falls for Javier (Luna, one of the stars of “Y Tu Mamá También”) a busboy at the luxury hotel where she and her family live.

Abigail Breslin has signed on to star in a TV movie musical adaptation of “Dirty Dancing” for ABC, Variety has learned.

The Lionsgate TV-Allison Shearmur Productions program will be a re-imaging of the 1987 movie that stars Jennifer Grey as a wide-eyed ingenue named Baby whose world is opened when she falls for Patrick Swayze’s dance instructor at a 1960s summer resort in the Catskill Mountains.

Long in the works and the result of various attempted incarnations in the 17 years since Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey locked hips in the 1987 romance that became the guilty pleasure of a generation, “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights” is less a sequel than a revisitation in a new setting of the same themes of young love, self-discovery and sexualized dance.

Swapping early 1960s Catskills for late ’50s Cuba — against the backdrop of Castro’s revolution no less — the superficial but entertaining new pic offers equal parts freshness and kitsch appeal set to a pulsating Latin soundtrack that should prove commercially vibrant.As in the first “Dirty Dancing,” the change comes from dance.Javier teaches her Latin dancing and his exhortations to “feel the music” become the means out of her cocoon."Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights" is the "Tokyo Drift" of the dance movie world, they've taken a story, one which is loosely based on the life of producer Jo Ann Fregalette Jansen, and then branded it as a "Dirty Dancing" sequel and got Patrick Swayze to return for a cameo because it guaranteed interest.But it is a mistake as whilst it is a dance movie, with similar themes to "Dirty Dancing" it forces you to compare and in comparison "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights" is weak.Breslin will take over Grey’s part with Jessica Sharzer (“American Horror Story,” “The L Word”) writing the adaptation and Wayne Blair (“The Sapphires,” “Septembers of Shiraz”) directing.

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