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I was studying when I was in high school at night, I was in ballet and I was doing castings.
I looked for an agent and she sent me away three times because I was a little girl but I kept coming back.
The ending is completely changed and loses everything that made the book great.
I really am not sure why such a change would be made, this wasn't ever going to be a huge blockbuster film, so why make such a lousy rendition of Fante's work, that is, why try to give it a typical "Hollywood ending?
But, he's mean to her for no apparent reason, so the relationship sputters. I was also impressed with the depiction of 1930's L. I thought that the environment was pulled off quite well.
A housekeeper from back East suggests a way out of his jealously and fears. But then about half way through the movie veers away from the book and it becomes a clichéd and sappy love story.
Cruz's final appearance in 1997 was the Amenabar-directed Spanish sci-fi drama, "Abre Los Ojos"/ Open Your Eyes.
She plays Sofia, the love interest of Eduardo Noriega's lead character. Laforest of the Montreal Film Journal commented in his September 2002 review that Cruz "has been getting some really bad reviews for her recent American work, but I personally think that she's a more than decent actress, especially here, where she's charming, moving and always believable.
In the film, she portrayed Silvia, a young woman who is expecting her first child with a man whose mother does not approve of the relationship and attempts to sabotage it by paying Javier Bardem's character to seduce her.
Cruz has modelled for Mango, Ralph Lauren, Chanel and L'Oréal, and along with her younger sister Mónica Cruz, has designed clothing for Mango.
Cruz has volunteered in Uganda and India, where she spent one week working with Mother Teresa; she donated her salary from The Hi-Lo Country to help fund the late nun's mission.
Also in 1998 Cruz appeared in Don Juan and The Girl of Your Dreams.
In the period drama The Girl of Your Dreams (La niña de tus ojos), Cruz portrayed Macarena Granada, a singer who is in an on-and-off relationship with Antonio Resines's character, Blas.