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Les amants de Teruel (1962)

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René-Louis Lafforgue ...
Barker (as René-Louis Laforgue)
Milko Sparemblek ...
Manuel
Milenko Banovitch ...
Diego
Stevan Grebel ...
Grebelito
Jean-Pierre Bras ...
Father
Antoine Marin ...
Pablo
Roberto ...
Dwarf
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Luce Fabiole
Jeanne Herviale
Philippe Rouleau ...
L'amoureux
Jean Saudray ...
Le cycliste
Bernadette Stern ...
L'amoureuse
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14 December 1962 (USA)  »

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The Lovers of Teruel  »

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Among the finest dance films ever made
3 February 2001 | by (Berkeley California) – See all my reviews

This superb film is not only a wonderful dance film but also an art film of the best kind. Much of the art direction seems to be derived from movements in the development of modern art from the first half of the twentieth century. Though I have not seen the film in a while (only three times in all)I distinctly recall scenes reminiscent of the painter deChirico as well as perhaps the blue or mauve periods of Picasso. This film is a rare jewel.

The only other film I have seen that comes close is Carlos Sauras' El Amor Brujo.


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