The film is directed by Jon. M. Chu, whose story is based on the book Quiara Algeria Hudes with the same title that tells about the dreams of Latin American migrants who are in America to get a better life, some expect from the Lottery and some prepare their savings from daily income that combines they are in an integrated community.
The film is played by Anthony Ramos (Usnavi de la Vega), Corey Hawkins (Benny), Leslie Grace (Nina Rosario), Melissa Barrera (Vanessa), Olga Merediz (Abuela Claudia), Daphne Rubin-Vega (Daniela), Gregory Diaz IV (Sonny de la Vega), Stephanie Beatriz (Carla), Dascha Polanco (Cuca), Jimmy Smits (Kevin Rosario), Noah Catala (Graffiti Pete), Marc Anthony (Sonny’s father), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Piragüero).
Meanwhile, the producers are Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Scott Sanders, Anthony Bregman, Mara Jacobs, and the company that produces Likely Story, Scott Sanders Productions, and the distribution is Warner Bros. Pictures.
In the Levels centers on a range of personalities staying in the neighborhood of Washington Heights, on the north pointer of Manhattan. At the facility of the show is Usnavi, a bodega proprietor that takes care of the aging Cuban lady next door, pines for the lovely woman working in the neighboring beauty salon, and also desires to win the lottery and also running away to the coasts of his native Dominican Republic.
On the other hand, Nina, a close youth friend of Usnavi’s, has gone back to the community from her very first year at college with shocking news for her parents, who have spent their life savings on building a far better life for their little girl. Inevitably, Usnavi and also the locals of the close-knit neighborhood obtain a dosage of what it indicates to be residence.