The Sixth Sense (1929) Poster

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Agreeable early Spanish film.
Mozjoukine5 January 2011
Two young men have opposing points of view. The glum Ardavin sends his more life embracing associate Durán to see Prof. Baroja, whose use of the cinema is claimed as revealing life.

From the troubled career of Sobrevila, a contemporary of Buñuel who had a better sense of film form that his. A supposedly avant garde piece, this is actually closer to René Clair than Murnau, with appealing young players and a knock about comedy conclusion. It was suppressed (too modern?) at the time of it's production

The cast are skillful and the filming effective, even if the only Madrid exteriors are in the film within a film. How man Spanish silent films do we ever get to see?
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