The Secretaries (1969)

  |  Comedy



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18 December 2006 | jbjdmilan
6
| Movie does not achieve what it sets to do
Interesting movie made in the last years of the Franco regime as a way of showing how modern Spain was. Yet, many of the ideas that the movie puts forth actually still came across as quite conservative in their day. However, it did serve the purpose of giving the audiences that saw the movie in Latin America a picture of a Spain that was living behind the past. Although some of the characters border on caricature, the actors were able to carry the movie thanks to their natural appeal. Both Teresa Gimpera and Sonia Bruno were at the top of their game during this time and this was one of the most pleasant movies from the time. All in all, a somewhat fun time.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

4 June 1970

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Spain

Filming Locations

Madrid, Spain

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