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Latinos in 60 Seconds

Grandma's Hip Hop


A character driven story about a grandmother who is losing her hearing, but as she cooks salsa, she begins to imagine the sounds around her become a song. Grandma builds a youthful energetic melody with each click of the fork or sizzle from her grill building up to a climactic clang. Produced by Cristina Ibarra.

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