Interesting detective films and psychological drama by F.Iquino.
Ignacio Farrés Iquino great director and Spanish film producer, was discuss ad nauseum since starting the moniker as a director in the early post war Iquino always showed his great love for cinema, although alternated with theater (another his loves) until the mid-fifties, the cinema was always his rationale. Its beginnings are marked by a positive attitude and a sincere desire to do quality work but always thinking of the viewer. I knew I needed art for the public she liked his films efforts to acquire and although publicly might seem arrogant, know who privately confessed his insecurity when faced with major projects.
"Buen Viaje, Pablo" is an interesting halfway between detective films and psychological drama, constructed from an ellipsis with that billing personality "Pablo" (Ettore Manni) is reported, a humble selling case torn between the love of two women, "María" (Gisia Paradis), and "Inés" (María Del Valle), one of which will drive him to the murder. This film tells the typical story of black cinema in which the righteous man falls in networks of a perfidious woman and her blindness will lead to a tragic fate, to derive a plot in which judicial investigations are mixed with psychosomatic contributions.
It's a good job of director Iquino, with good performances from its cast, and a good movie for fans of classic Spanish cinema.
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