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Nada menos que todo un hombre (1971)

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Analía Gadé ...
Julia Yáñez
Francisco Rabal ...
Alejandro Gómez
Ángel del Pozo ...
Gabriel
José María Seoane ...
(as José Mª Seoane)
Tomás Blanco ...
Víctor Yáñez
Lola Lemos ...
Madre de Julia
Mabel Karr ...
Berta
Rafael Hernández
Irene Daina
Erasmo Pascual
José Franco
Jesús Guzmán ...
Notario
Beni Deus ...
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Manuel Tejada ...
Pretendiente de Julia
Ricardo Tundidor ...
Enrique
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Dark tone suits Unamuno
12 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This rendition follows Unamuno quite closely. I suspect that viewers who have not read Unamuno will be puzzled by the ending.

The movie starts out bright with just a hint of the doubts of the heroine. The "hombre" of the title has none of those doubts, and therein "hangs a tale." The dark and light play off each other throughout the film, and are masterfully used. Seemingly innocent actions result in disaster and guilty ploys are serenely foiled. The director knows his Unamuno and plays it for all its worth.

This is a very good film for those seeking to understand Old Spain (before the EEC) and how male and female were expected to act their roles. I saw it years ago, and I still remember it, scene for scene.


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