“Ballers” star Anabelle Acosta will star in a new romantic comedy “Lost & Found en Cuba,” directed by Latina filmmaker Regina Don.

Acosta will play the role of Mia, a “young and beautiful” hedonist and ad executive who is too busy realize her life is beginning to crumble. The film will also star Adriana Barraza (“Babel”) as Mia’s mother and Liz Torres (“Gilmore Girls”) as Mia’s grandmother.

The plot of the film follows Mia to Cuba after she loses her job to visit her grandmother (Torres). As she remains in Cuba, Mia reconnects with her culture and begins to reevaluate her life away from L.A.

“Lost & Found en Cuba” will mark Don’s first full length film. Don, who has received numerous accolades for her short film “Suits, “wrote the script with Jerry Rodman. The multi-generational film will be executive produced by Mark D. Cone, Joan H. Jones, and Benjamin R. Reder of Reder & Feig LLP.

“Lost & Found en Cuba” will begin production in Puerto Rico this November. Full casting of the film has yet to be released.