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Nagae Flamenco dancing technique
Embodiment of Scarlet Doña
Reimunda Casablanca y Marisa Quisquillosa embark on an adventure to stop Doña Emilia Rojas, who is spreading the Cumbia Mist to make everyone in Villa Gensokyo to dance uncontrollably, threatening many heart attacks due to exhaustion and sabor.
Aiding Doña Emilia are her head matrona, Sarita Salas, her book-keeping friend, Panchita Conocimiento and the portera, Milena de los Colores.
Can Reimunda and Marisa triumph over such feisty señoritas?
In the sequel, Reimunda Casablanca, Marisa Quisquillosa, y Sarita Salas embark on to stop Yayis Sanchez from stealing all ritmo and sabor in search for the ultimate technique to revive her dead husbando: Isidro Sanchez, who is trapped inside a tree.
Together with her gardener, Yoali Cantú, and with help from a bunch of ragtag misfits who became mariachis of their own right, Las Hermanas Ríos, will she be able to undo the tree curse? Or will everyone in Villa Gensokyo find themselves without that spirit to go on forward?
Guest appearance by Yurika Yanez, Corrida Yanez, and Chen.
You thought they were done. You thought they were finished, and yet, a new menace looms over the humble town of Villa Gensokyo.
Reimunda Casablanca, Yurika Yanez, Marisa Quisquillosa, Alicia Margarita, Yoali Cantú, Yayis Sanchez, Doña Emilia and Sarita Salas are back and feistier than ever in this new salsa adventure, where they will confront creatures of the night and, more importantly, foes from beyond the ritmo that the villa is so used to.
Hiding among Los Arbustos Del Perdido is la Mansion Cumbianchera del Ritmo Perpetuo, where Doña Casandra Mendoza and sus subditas del ritmo: La curandera Elisa Franco y the bunnies of sabor Roxana Arancibia y Tania Arancibia, reside.
Will our cumbiancheras from Villa Gensokyo prove to these otherworldly foes that the Earth’s sabor is part of our soul and blood, and that they cannot hide it?
Guest appearances by Carla Camanchaca and Macarena Farias.