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The Curious Impertinent

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The Curious Impertinent
Directed byFlavio Calzavara
Written by
Starring
CinematographyUgo Lombardi
Edited byMargarita de Ochoa
Music byEmilio Lehmberg
Production
company
Valencia Films
Distributed byCEPICSA
Release date
20 April 1953
Running time
85 minutes
CountrySpain
LanguageSpanish

The Curious Impertinent (Spanish: El curioso impertinente) is a 1953 Spanish historical film directed by Flavio Calzavara and starring Aurora Bautista, José María Seoane and Roberto Rey.[1] It is based on a noteworthy story from Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, extracted from his famous exemplary novels (novelas ejemplares).

Plot

The film's plot turns around the story between two friends called Lothario (britanized from Lotario) and Anselmo, and the latter's wife, Camila. Anselmo, preyed by an impertinent curiosity, asks Lotario to flirt with Camila, to prove her loyalty. At first, Camila spurns outraged the pretensions of Lotario, and Anselmo remains content about his wife's loyalty, but then convinces Lotario to keep flirting with her. Lotario and Camila finally become lovers, whereas Anselmo remains content about the loyalty of both his friend and wife, not knowing about the love affair which they maintain in secret. An unforeseeable circumstance reveals the truth, so Camila ends up running away from the house, and Anselmo dies writing the cause of his mourning.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Klossner p.90

Bibliography

  • Klossner, Michael. The Europe of 1500-1815 on Film and Television: A Worldwide Filmography of Over 2550 Works, 1895 Through 2000. McFarland & Company, 2002.

External links

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