"The rumba is the vertical expression of a horizontal wish. You have to hold her like the skin on the thigh is your reason for living. Let her go, like your heart's being ripped from your chest. Throw her back, like you're going to have your way with her, right here on the dance floor. And then finish like she's ruined you for life."
I recorded it, terribly 39 seconds home-made, because of the quotation but also because at this movie each character is so important that claiming that any of the actors is the leading and the others are supporting is not true for me. Susan Sarandon, one of my favorites actress, is recognized at this movie because of what Beverly says in a scene about marriage being witnessing each other's lives but this is not another one of her greatest performances.
Lisa Ann Walter's Bobbie is an amazing woman and next to Jennifer's Paulina they make a great contrast of two expressions of femininity.
Each character is important and we know the story of all of them which is one of the most important aspects of this movie for me. However for some people it is impossible to detach themselves from the leading character and the rest. This is the movie of Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon and Jennifer Lopez for many.
This is a movie about all of them.
Another criteria would involve searching who earned more money .
It's a nice movie to watch on a Sunday and as it's being transmitted at HBO for a long time I believe that many people have watched it. It's great when a movie can touch so many people around the world uniting us all.