Is it possible that writer Richard Glatzer, of THE FLUFFER fame, and Wash Westmoreland, director of such gay adult fare as TOOLBOX and THE HOLE, have concocted one of the most perceptive movies about the gentrification of Los Angeles? The short answer: yes. Glatzer and Westmoreland's second collaboration is a sensitive film about family, adolescence, class, race, sexuality and the changing face of L.A. It's also sweet as pie. While many American girls celebrate their Sweet Sixteens, in Latin American communities the magic number is 15: That's when Latinas celebrate their quinceaneras
, the day adolescent girls become women. Pretty Magdalena (talented newcomer E...