Marisol and Mariluz are twin sisters. They live separated, Mariluz with their uncle in Rio de Janeiro, and Marisol with their mother, in Madrid. Marisol's mother has desperately tried to ... See full summary »
Marisol's parents are dead, and she decides to sell everything she has and go to Madrid with her uncle's Ramon family. Leonor, her aunt, is a very bad woman that doesn't like Marisol and ... See full summary »
A man and a woman have secretly married. He belongs to a rich family and she is a poor actress and singer that is failing to success in her career. One day, he decides to tell his family ... See full summary »
A woman arrives in town to work as a teacher. It is the time of the 'maquis', the anti-Franco guerrilla that fights with little hope in some regions of Spain just after the end of the civil... See full summary »
Antonio, the famous dancer is preparing a big performance for the TV. But he is missing a good female dancer. One day he sees a girl dancing in the streets but when he is going to talk to ... See full summary »
Marisol es una chiquilla con un bondadoso corazón y una imaginación desbordante. Cierto día es testigo en un museo del robo y sustitución por una falsificación de un famoso cuadro, "La Madonna de las Rosas". Lógicamente, al principio no la creen, pero finalmente comprueban la veracidad de su declaración. El jefe de la banda de 3 ladrones se llama Pepe, y es un antiguo ventrílocuo conocido artísticamente como "Joe Carter". Cuando Marisol aparece por televisión amenazándolos con delatarlos si no devuelven el cuadro, éstos deciden raptarla. Pero lo que ellos no saben es que en el fondo son buenas personas... Written by
Miguel Ángel Díaz González
Even though her character is supposed to be a 10-12 year old girl, Marisol was already a 14 year old teenager, and looked more like a young woman than like a girl. So, the producers decided to compress her breasts with a bandage under her clothes to make her look younger. See more »
Marisol & Luis Lucia's third movie together is a meandering musical.
Marisol is always a joy to watch and this, her third film, seems to have been made with a wandering screenplay made up just to fit the songs. Nevertheless, she has a way of making these star vehicles work simply because she is in them and the title song is a Spanish classic.
This film moves her movie persona into more adult territory with themes of crime, revolution, and race relations but she is depicted as the only blonde in Spain and a child of privilege. Her movie roles alternated between the poor and rich but always lacking full parental care. In this one she is practically orphaned in boarding school by busy parents instead of scrounging a living singing in the streets.
Distributed in some countries as LOS ENREDOS DE MARISOL.
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