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From Pink to Yellow (1963)
"Del rosa al amarillo" (original title)

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As the title of the film indicates, this film starts with pink - a story about a teenage boy who falls in love with a girl of his very same age but more mature, and goes on to yellow, the ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cristina Galbó ...
Margarita
Pedro Díez del Corral ...
Guillermo (as Pedro D. del Corral)
Lina Onesti ...
Josefa
José Vicente Cerrudo ...
Valentín (as José V. Cerrudo)
María Jesús Corchero ...
(as María Corchero)
Antonio D. Olano
Pilar Gómez Ferrer
María Hevia
Celia Mendoza
Antonio Alfonso Vidal ...
(as Antº Alfonso Vidal)
Salvador Cortés
Vicente Llosa ...
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Manuel Ayuso ...
Profesor
Antonio P. Costafreda ...
(as Pascual de Costafreda)
Juan Ramón de la Cuadra
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As the title of the film indicates, this film starts with pink - a story about a teenage boy who falls in love with a girl of his very same age but more mature, and goes on to yellow, the love between two elders that are not allowed to see each other. Written by Miguel A. Andrade <andrade@gredos.cnb.uam.es>

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5 September 1963 (Spain)  »

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ESP 6,120 (Spain)
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Manolo de mis amores
By Marino García González (maestro Marino)
Performed by Estrellita Castro
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Romantic classic!
12 February 2008 | by (Chile) – See all my reviews

Strangely hard to find today, this little Spanish classic is definitely worth tracking down! Romantic and touching as few other movies, with a great cast, clever writing and a killer soundtrack.

The movie starts with the story of a young boy who's in love with the beautiful Margarita (played by my all time favorite actress, Cristina Galbó, the reason why I stumbled across this movie in the first place!). The story shows how this kid tries to get her attention, and later how he manages their relation. The ending is devastating, it even got a few tears from me! Excellent. The actor who plays the boy it's extremely talented, weird thing with child actors, and Cristina obviously shines in her first role. She would go into cult star status with later horror movies like La Residencia or Let Sleeping Corpses Lie. Of him I know very little about, but I'm sure I'll start digging his work now that I saw how much talent he has! Then comes the second story, about two mature people, both living in a asylum with very strict rules. They can't see each other, so they communicate with love letters. Most of the segment consists on them reading each others letters... It's very inspiring and romantic. It's definitely better written than the first chapter, and the acting is just as good.

Very recommended Spanish classic! Worthy for every fan of romantic dramas or horror fans curious enough to watch Cristina Galbó's debut.


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