There is no doubt that Juan de Orduña is a pillar in the history of Spanish cinema, although at times he has tried to denigrate his cinema, more for the ideological fact than for his bill and cinematographic conscience "La Revoltosa", is a masterpiece of the Spanish lyric genre, which did not escape the cinematographer, is Castorianism of "Corrala" from Madrid to be a prop in the work of Orduña, if cluded "La Revoltosa" (1969). In any case, it is popular cinema that on more than one occasion carried musical atmosphere in the room, already with piano solo, and with an orchestration reproducing the numbers of the zarzuela.
The film of Juan de Orduña happened to him as the "Copla" (remember that it there was a time where the "Copla" was discriminated against and Carlos Cano, Serrat or Martirio claimed their poetry), because Orduña attracts a highly appreciable cinema: a remarkable bill, a sense of The outstanding image, a polished direction of actors and faith, while he believes, in his work.
The cinema of Juan de Orduña has been sprinkled throughout the years in Filmoteca Española, although it was in June-July of 1985 when Filmoteca dedicated an exhaustive cycle to him (29 films), today we witness a wide vindication thanks to the Publication of the doctoral thesis of Rafael Nieto "Juan de Orduña, fifty years of Spanish cinema (1924-1974)". Thirteen films make up the cycle, and where we appreciate the acting talents of Orduña, already being "Felipe", in "La revoltosa" (1924), already being "Sebastián", in "Nobleza Baturra" (1935), both directed by Florián Rey.
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