Cateto a babor (1970)

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Miguel Cañete is a village man who is called up by the Navy to do military service, but he lives alone with his little brother and doesn't know where to leave him...


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22 September 1999 | dalton2
| Good remake. Not better nor worse than the original, but different.
We could call this film 'a time-updated remake of Recluta con niño (1956)'. Basically, we find just the same elements in both films, but there are several different points:

- This film is filmed in color, while the former one was in black and white.

- The place where the plot is developed is the Navy, while in the former one it was the Air Forces.

- In the flight scene, a helycopter has replaced the former plane.

- The actors are different: Alfredo Landa plays the former role of José Luis Ozores, José Gálvez plays Manolo Morán's, Laly Soldevila plays María Isbert's, Florinda Chico plays Julia Caba Alba's...

All in all, it's a film worth the time spent to watch it. It's funny, moving and entertaining. Of course, Spanish viewers will enjoy it best.

My rating: 7 out of 10.

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