Director: Alfredo de Villa Cast: Roselyn Sanchez, D.B. Sweeney, Bill Duke

DVD (Wide Screen)


The follow-up to his feature debut, director Alfred De Villa's Yellow is drama starring Roselyn Sanchez as Amaryllis, an aspiring dancer trying to make it in New York City. After her father unexpectedly commits suicide, Amaryllis leaves her native Puerto Rico for the Big Apple with dreams of stardom. Naturally, she meets more than a little adversity and soon finds herself working as a stripper to make ends meet. But with a cadre of supportive new friends and ample moxie, she just might beat the odds. Also starring D.B. Sweeney, Yellow screened at the 2006 New York Latino Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/31/2007
UPC: 0043396183018
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:33:00

Special Features

Interview with Roselyn Sanchez; Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Roselyn Sanchez Amaryllis Campos
D.B. Sweeney Christian Kile
Bill Duke Miles Emory
Manny Perez Angelo
Jaime Tirelli Franco Campos
Erika Michaels Liz
Richard Petrocelli Jack Frawley
Sammi Rotibi Red

Technical Credits
Alfredo de Villa Director
Andre Abujamra Score Composer
Donald A. Barton Executive Producer
Charlotte Bourke Production Designer
Trip Brock Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen J. Brown Producer
Richard Rionda Del Castro Executive Producer
Claudio Chea Cinematographer
John Coniglio Editor
Zina Torres Figueroa Art Director
Jeff Golenberg Executive Producer
Richard Halsey Editor
Peter Lago Sound/Sound Designer
Sam Maydew Executive Producer
Michelle Morris Casting
Nat Moss Executive Producer
Dennis Murphy Producer
Roselyn Sanchez Producer,Screenwriter
Julia Michelle Santiago Costumes/Costume Designer
Nakoma Whobrey Screenwriter
Carlton Wilburn Choreography

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Yellow
1. Daddy's Dancer [3:15]
2. Dirty Work [3:26]
3. Making Rounds [1:46]
4. Not Listening [3:52]
5. Change of Mood [3:27]
6. Place to Stay [2:06]
7. Dancing Dreams [2:23]
8. Leaving Behind [2:24]
9. Looking for Someone [3:45]
10. Help Wanted [5:23]
11. New Gig [2:23]
12. Dance Work [2:34]
13. First Strip [3:49]
14. Another Day [2:13]
15. Another Dance [4:08]
16. Dancing Past [2:42]
17. Dance Off [1:39]
18. Fierce Act [4:12]
19. Taking Care [3:13]
20. Getting Personal [3:54]
21. Family Regret [1:56]
22. Private Lesson [5:13]
23. Special Find [1:31]
24. Going Away Together [3:48]
25. Another World [1:56]
26. Only One [4:56]
27. Moving On [2:40]
28. Closing Dance [8:09]

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Yellow 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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YELLOW may be fairly easy to dismiss as a soap opera story of little girl makes good despite a troubling journey, but the presence of Roselyn Sanchez is reason enough to see this little art film, She has what it takes to make a film magic, she acts well, dances well, and creates a credible persona from a rather superficial script. Based on a story by Nacoma Whobrey about the gifted daughter of a once famous male ballet dancer who leaves her native Puerto Rico in the grief of her father/tutor's death to find a better life in New York - the city where her father found fame. Amaryllis Campos (Roselyn Sanchez) worshiped her famous father (Jaime Tirelli), learned ballet under his tutelage, then grew up in a home after her father's leg crushing accident, with a mother (Erika Michels) and a live-in druggie boyfriend Angelo (Manny Perez), supporting her helpless family by delivering pizzas. When her life falls apart one person befriends her - Hilde (Nancy Millan) - and provides her money to move to New York and a cousin with whom to live. Once in new York Amaryllis finds the cousin's apartment occupied by a sweet old poet Miles Emory (Bill Duke) who allows her to stay. Finding work proves difficult until she signs on as a pole dancer in a sleazy nightclub. There she meets an emotionally bruised physician (D.B. Sweeney) who befriends her and who with the help of her new found friends finally makes her way back to the legitimate stage. Yes, the story has been done before, but it is the pacing of director Alfredo De Villa that keeps the film pulsatile, and the shimmering screen presence of Roselyn Sanchez that makes this little film worth watching. Story 3, Performance by Sanchez 5. In Spanish and English with subtitles. The additional features on the DVD are even more interesting than the script! Grady Harp