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Thin story. Great opportunities. And a tired tale. The dialogs are just
signs for atmosphere. The acting is collection of different pieces. The
action - crumbs from The three musketeers. Julia Ormond as new Milady,
Juanjo Puigcorbe in the clothes of ambiguous puzzle and river of
soulless words. A script with so many nuances in the boring swamp. Only
virtue - first step to discover a Spanish history page. But may it
enough ? Sure, the props, the costumes are beautiful illustration of
Golden Age but facts and intrigues are suffocated in velvet coffins.
May be a moral lesson ? I don't know. Is love story a good part ? Only
as slice of old bread. A common movie about an exciting events ball.
And the dreams about its possibilities.
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