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Ninette y un señor de Murcia (1965)


(as Fernando Fernan-Gomez)


(play), (adaptation) (as Jose Mª Otero) | 3 more credits »
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Aurora Redondo ...
Rafael López Somoza ...
Monsieur Pierre Sánchez (as Rafael L. Somoza)
Claudia Gravy ...
Ángel Ortiz ...
Cayetano Torregrosa ...
Alfonso del Real ...
Juan Cazalilla ...
Joaquín Bergía ...
Elisa Méndez ...


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4 November 1965 (Spain)  »

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París y el amor libre  »

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a very good Hispanish comedy that has some sharp and deep messages.
8 September 2013 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

The great artist Fernando Fernan Gomez offers us one of the best and brightest Spanish comedies, with a script full of cynicism, subtle satire on the quest for freedom. Fernan Gomez with José María Otero adapts the magnificent eponymous play by Miguel Mihura released in 1964, employing some players in their prime.

This film is a scathing critique of Francoist society in which it is difficult to understand how censorship trying exceeded such thorny issues, a family of communists, with portraits of Lenin and Pablo Iglesias and talking about how bad it is passed in Spain, attacking the lack of freedom, also trying extramarital relationships. All this brave humorous touches counted , with a screenplay very agile , with hilarious sequences , with beautiful graceful touches , the doors closing as a sex symbol is a running- gag scathing mockery or weddings when they go to fornicate the first time and "Ninette" asks "Andres" who loves her up before entering your bedroom.

It enjoys spectator watching movie from beginning to end , with humorous dialogues with hilarious moments , knowing evoke melancholy and tenderness. The few film actors demonstrate excellent rapport, freshness screen filled with hilarious misunderstandings, the clash of cultures emanating great picturesque situations. There allegorical scenes and sharp , as when " Monsieur Pierre " over lunch asks "Andres" to decide that you like best if the "Cocido" or "Fabada" that if he is "Cocidista " or "Fabadista" , and tops "Pedro" that in this life you have to take sides.

The Parisian apartment can be seen as a metaphor for Spain, "Andrew" the citizen who aspired to European liberty, or easy sex, and "Spain / apartment " , has everything he needs .

The actors are formidable, Fernan Gomez squanders naivety. Landa shows what a great actor he is a complicated role that cynicism and dry with a touch hilarious. Aurora Redondo gives " Bernarda " brash and funny tone . Lopez Somoza masterfully plays a strong character Spaniard, a communist militant but homesick, and enormous authority and charisma that shows in every scene. And finally there is the charming and fascinating Rosenda Montero, " Ninette " , a delicate beauty , with a little voice cradling and magnetized ,

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