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No desearás al vecino del quinto (1970)

| Comedy | 1971 (Italy)
Pedro, a handsome gynecologist who lives in Toledo (Spain), does not have just a clientele due to the jealousy that his sex appeal causes in the husbands and boyfriends of his patients. To ... See full summary »


Ramón Fernández


Cast overview, first billed only:
Alfredo Landa ... Antón Gutiérrez
Jean Sorel ... Pedro Andreu
Ira von Fürstenberg ... Jacinta (as Ira de Furstemberg)
Isabel Garcés ... Socorro
Margot Cottens ... La madre de Jacinta
Adrián Ortega Adrián Ortega ... Luis - el padre de Jacinta
Annabella Incontrera ... Matilde
Guadalupe Muñoz Sampedro ... La abuela de Jacinta (as Guadalupe M. Sampedro)
Franco Balducci Franco Balducci ... Fred Corleone
Malisa Longo ... Clara (as Marisa Longo)
Rubens García Rubens García
Licia Calderón
José Manuel Martín José Manuel Martín ... Taxista (as Jose M. Martín)
Verónica Luján Verónica Luján ... Pepita
María Isbert ... Mujer delatora en el tren


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Pedro, a handsome gynecologist who lives in Toledo (Spain), does not have just a clientele due to the jealousy that his sex appeal causes in the husbands and boyfriends of his patients. To make matters worse, his mother still treats him like a child and the traditionalist members of his girlfriend's family don't look kindly upon Pedro. But on a trip to Madrid to attend a conference on medicine he meets Antón, his effeminate neighbor of the fifth floor, whose fashion boutique for women thrives thanks to the complicity he knows to establish with his customers. Written by jsanchez

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Tenth most successful film in the history of Spanish cinema by number of viewers: 4,371,624. See more »


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Well, I have seen worse
3 September 2009 | by zufreSee all my reviews

This movie is not that bad.

Of course, due to the time when it was made it was subject to a lot of constraints. For example, sex scenes are quite light, even a priest would approve of them and probably did. At that time, all movies were censored in Spain.

Of course, homosexuals are considered as sick people by every character in the movie but that was the official feeling about it at the time. That is history to you. Generally, I don't really agree when someone put down a movie just because they don't like the ideas of the characters though I guess I would do the same sometimes.

Women will also probably feel outraged about the opinions and permissiveness to men of the ladies at the time.

This is just a movie to pass a while, some gags might be fun for you, some will fall flat.

A few of the actors did valuable jobs in other movies but this is just a comedy of the time, and there were many churned out quite similar.

If you can get it for free or cheap (I only paid a couple of euros) it might show you a part of the past of Spain you never thought existed, when foreign girls, specially Swedish ones, I don't really know why Swedish, were in Spanish men's humid dreams. Obviously foreign girls were more openly sexual.

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1971 (Italy) See more »

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Due ragazzi da marciapiede See more »

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Madrid, Spain See more »

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