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Delia Garcés ...
George Rigaud ...
Torvald (as Jorge Rigaud)
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María Arrieta
Agustín Barrios
Olga Casares Pearson
Orestes Caviglia
Sebastián Chiola
Elena Marcó
Camelia de Maucci
Jeannette Morel
Angelina Pagano
Mirtha Reid
Alita Román
Salvador Sinaí
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21 September 1943 (Argentina)  »

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Not what Ibsen intended
11 December 1998 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film, a modernized Argentine version of Henrik Ibsen's famous play " A Doll's House" is remembered fondly by those who saw it,but is certainly not what its author had in mind. The story is framed by the return to the city by the Nora character (well played by Delia Garces),who remembers the story in flashback as she rides through town in a taxi (this is not the late 1800's,but the 1940's). We are then treated to a reasonably well done, faithful, Spanish-language version of "A Doll's House", but as soon as the flashback ends, there comes a whopper of an ending which demolishes Ibsen's famous conclusion and apparently demonstrates that the film makers (and apparently, film audiences of the time) were more interested in celebrating happy family reconciliations than emancipated women.


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