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A handsome hoodlum charms his way into the life of a pretty rich girl in 1950s Barcelona.


Gonzalo Herralde
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maribel Martín ... Teresa
Ángel Alcázar Ángel Alcázar ... Manolo
Patricia Adriani ... Maruja
Cristina Marsillach ... Hortensia
Guillermo Montesinos ... Bernardo
Juanjo Puigcorbé ... Luis
Josep Minguell Josep Minguell ... Alberto
Alfred Lucchetti ... Doctor
Àngel Jové Àngel Jové ... Paco
Marta Molins Marta Molins ... Mª Carmen Bori
José Manuel Cervino ... Pepe (as J. Manuel Cervino)
Mónica Randall ... Marta Serrat
José Bódalo ... Cardenal
Alberto Closas ... Oriol Serrat
Charo López ... Dina


A handsome hoodlum charms his way into the life of a pretty rich girl in 1950s Barcelona.

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Release Date:

2 April 1984 (Spain) See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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Impala See more »
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Julián Mateos bought the rights of the novel in order to play the lead opposite Concha Velasco, but the project never took off. Several years later, Mateos sold the rights with one condition: The female lead had to be played by his wife Maribel Martín. See more »

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Maruja and Teresa Barcelona
2 September 2014 | by echanoveSee all my reviews

This adaptation of the famous novel from Juan Marse is not as known as it deserves. Love and ambition in a social contrast plot, sometimes dramatic and other even tragicomic, but very realistic. The set design of Barcelona in the fifty's, during the Franco era, is extremely well achieved, Patricia Adriani (Maruja) and Maribel Martin (Teresa) are beautiful and their acting is also very good, as well as Juanjo Puigcorbé (Juan) and especially Angel Alcazar (Manolo), very adequate for the leading role, and with an acting that reminds of a mixture of Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift.

Anyway, if you want to have fun and laugh with an Spanish movie, don't choose this, because the story is sad and also very hard. But if you want something that can makes you think about, this is a very good movie

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