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Mararía (1998)

 -  Drama  -  30 October 1998 (Spain)
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Carmelo Gómez ...
Fermín
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Ulises Hernández ...
D. Antonio
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Mararía
Mirta Ibarra ...
Herminia (as Mirtha Ibarra)
José Manuel Cervino ...
Marcial
Manuel Manquiña ...
Geito
Francisco Casares ...
D. Leandro
Miguel Ángel Alonso ...
Isidoro (as Miguel Angel Alonso)
Cyra Toledo ...
Doña Mercedes
Gloria del Toro ...
Carmen
Juli Mira ...
Sebastián
Antonio Dechent ...
Lázaro
José Batista ...
Alfonso
Chamaida Santana ...
Sarito
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Not a good documentary, much less a good drama.
15 February 2003 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

"Mararía" really disappointed me. I can't consider it as a bad movie, but the development just seemed too rushed and non-believable for it to evoke any emotions. Dr. Fermín displays some unprecedented bizarre behaviour out of a passion that one can't really understand where it was born from. I mean, how many times does he ever have a conversation with Mararía?? Maybe once? Also, Mararía never appeared to be a real character, instead more like a film stereotype that just needed to be in the movie (...or else another title was needed?). Some of the best acting came from a role that wasn't really important to the story, that of Marcial, the sub-intelligent yet humble drunkard. Of course, the scenery, the cultural tidbits of the Canary Islands, and other "wow" moments were interesting, but the movie fell short of a documentary (in case this was its real intention), and most importantly, as a solid drama.


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