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The Coco (or Cuco, Coca, Cuca, Cucuy, Cucuí) is a mythical ghost-monster, equivalent to the bogeyman, found in many Hispanic and Lusophone countries.

— I’m disappointed. Club culture has never mutated into a meaningful social movement other than a vehicle for staying out late and getting high. Millions and millions of young people gather at places, yet it has never become a political movement. It was always about forgetting, and it’s sad, because I saw the roots of it, the freely accessible and open-minded parties of the early nineties that were later criminalized [in the UK]. I really feel saddened that club culture never spoke up for more than anything other than itself.

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During the Portuguese and Spanish colonization of Latin America, the legend of the Coco was spread to countries such as Mexico , Argentina and Chile .

Noted too that in the John Huston film version of Dashiell Hammett 's The Maltese Falcon the name of the boat that delivers the black bird to San Francisco, the boat that later catches fire, is La Paloma.

La La Land ’s “Someone in the Crowd” is the “going out” song, with a rambunctious intensity and colorful visual palate that calls to mind the all-female number “ There’s Gotta Be Something Better Than This ” from the 1969 film adaptation of Sweet Charity . The choreography is nowhere near as intricate or exciting as Bob Fosse’s, but Mia’s girlfriends sashay and whip their dresses around as though they were Charity, Nickie, and Helene, eager for a new lease on life.

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