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Simple and sentimental comedy to see Toledo .
psagray from Spain
8 September 2009
Arthur (Georges Rivière), is a professor of American philology from the
city of Toledo in Ohio (USA), who decide to come to Toledo (Spain) to
make a few studies on the Spanish, necessary for his profession. To
reach the city, known to "Mary" (Silvia Morgan), a painter who lives in
an old house accompanied since she was a child by her butler and
guardian "Román" (Jose Isbert). Little by little end up falling in love
the two young people.
It's a comedy very simple, the script for which we discover nothing
unpredictable, but its value is in the scenarios used for filming,
because they are all authentic.. It's a real documentary for anyone who
wants to see Toledo in the 1950. What is behind the characters when
stroll through the streets is really interesting.
Georges Rivière and Silvia Morgan as players make good performance, and
as always our dear Jose Isbert fills the screen with his fantastic
performance. I also highlight the good work in the soundtrack by
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