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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Leblanc ...
Licia Calderón ...
Mari Pepa
Mario Morales ...
María José Gil
Mariano Azaña
Mariano Asquerino
Josefina Serratosa
Mario Berriatúa
Manuel Peyró
Matilde Muñoz Sampedro
María Francés
Ángel Álvarez
Ángela Tamayo
María Cañete
Casimiro Hurtado


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13 January 1958 (Spain)  »

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Stories from Madrid  »

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2.35 : 1
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A funny film for lovers of Madrid by the director Ramon Comas
6 December 2009 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

In the city of Madrid early in the 1950, the owner of an old house of Neighbors, calls on San Nicolas that the house was sinking in order to lift in its solar modern building of 12 floors. But the neighbors of the building have also implored the Holy so that it does not happen. In this property inhabit a whole series of characters very representative of the families humble that abound throughout the city. A day occurs as feared by the neighbors, there is a cracked all around the building, which makes the owner requested the presence of firefighters and City officials to demolish the building.

It's a comedy of argument simple, very nice to see, in which include falling in love of young people as "Mari Pepa" (Licia Calderón) and "Pablo" (Tony Leblanc), and that of Maria Jose Gil and Mario Morales. Around these two pairs of lovers, develops all the script and an extraordinary cast of players of high quality. Highlights the performances of Antonio Riquelme, Josefina Serratosa, Angel Alvarez and Tony Leblanc.

Dear Are scenes of the neighbors in talking shop in the courtyard of the building that remind us those "corralas" that had in many neighborhoods of Madrid. The scene of fishing in the river on the outskirts of the city, and the travel piled on the municipal buses A movie with some magnificent scenery and a good photography to enjoy those who love and do not forget the Madrid of those years

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