If ABC ever wants to include a real ringer on "Dancing With the Stars," the network should look no further than "Without a Trace's" Roselyn Sanchez, who shows off her sultry moves in the footloose melodrama "Yellow." Sanchez co-wrote the story, produced the film and stars as a classically trained Puerto Rican dancer who heads to New York with dreams of stardom literally dancing in her head but finds herself instead working as a stripper in a club.
The movie follows the familiar trajectory of a fable, hitting all the requisite cliches. After a soap opera setup on the island, Sanchez's Amaryllis quickly finds herself surrounded by an unbelievably nice group of co-workers at the strip joint where she takes it all off under the stage name Yellow. Her main issues seem to come from the intrusive flashbacks of her childhood training under the tutelage of her father, himself a once great dancer, which torment her with guilt.