Carnival in Flanders (1935)

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Tells the story of the Spanish invasion of Flanders


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Director:

Jacques Feyder

Writers:

Charles Spaak (short story), Bernard Zimmer (dialogue)

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4 March 2015 | louiseculmer
10
| heroic ladies of Flanders beguile the Spanish invaders
The mayor of a small town in Flanders is thrown into panic when he hears that the Spanish are coming to occupy the town. he decides to pretend to be dead, leaving his wife and the other ladies of the town to cope with the Spanish invasion. The mayoress rallies the ladies, and reassures them that they will be more than a march for the Spaniards.

This is an enchanting period comedy, full of lovely details of everyday life, and with many hilarious moments as the ladies of Flanders meet the gentlemen of Spain. the charming flirtation that develops between the mayoress and the leader of the Spanish troops is particularly well done. and there's a delightful scene where one of the gentlemen of Flanders and one of the Spaniards find they have a mutual enthusiasm for needlework. An unusual and very amusing film, pure enjoyment from beginning to end.

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