Harlem Hostel | Rosino Serrano
An urban comedy in the vein of “Friday,” writer/director Nestor Miranda’s film follows the entrepreneurial antics of a group of friends from Queens as they attempt to turn an abandoned Harlem brownstone into a youth hostel.
Best known for his score for the acclaimed Mexican film “The Crime of Father Amaro,” Spanish-born Rosino Serrano dips into a more decidedly American well here, albeit with an appropriate dollop of other hemispheric influences. Like Harlem itself, Serrano’s score pays tribute to classic New York rock-funk as well as present-day hip hop with detours into reggae (Rick’s Arrival and Rick’s Letter), Mexican Mariachi (Will’s Mosaic) and the self-explanatory (Ice Cream Scene).
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