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Un día perdido (1954)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Elena Barrios ...
Conchita
Josefina Bejarano ...
Dueña del piso
Manuel Bermúdez 'Boliche' ...
Maletero gordo
Xan das Bolas ...
Maestro de baile
Irene Caba Alba ...
Filo
Julia Caba Alba
José Calvo ...
Inspector
Lina Canalejas ...
Chica
Noel Clarasó ...
Encargado de los almacenes
Diana Cortesina ...
Señora del artista
Félix Dafauce ...
Sr. Roca
María Dulce ...
Hermana Rosa
Félix Fernández ...
Artista
Antonio Garisa ...
Chófer
José Isbert ...
Paco
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ESP 39,667 (Spain)
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Extraordinary Forqué film and its cast..
8 August 2014 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Three nuns are heading to Africa to do missionary work stop in Madrid to visit a convent. However, err on the day of arrival and the guide had to pick up at the train station is not listed. Should then spend the day in Madrid, the day dedicated to find the mother of a child left in the train station.

Fourth film in the brilliant career of great director Jose Maria Forqué. Even when the tape to some extent anticipates the qualities of the Aragonese filmmaker (domain staging, use of manners delicate humor, unique comedy to the dramatic situations) is unfortunately hampered by its predictability.

The best moments of the film shows us the actress Irene Caba Alba with her mother's character hardened by the blows of life and of course the magnificent performance with the great actor José Isbert. Out not just this unforgettable couple, but also the excellent cast that gives credence to the story making the viewer shelved convinced it will happen.


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