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The Lost Woman

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The Lost Woman
Directed byTulio Demicheli
Produced byCesáreo González
Written byJesús María de Arozamena
Tulio Demicheli
Manuel Pombo Angulo
StarringSara Montiel
Giancarlo Del Duca
Massimo Serato
Music byGregorio García Segura
CinematographyChristian Matras
Edited byJosé Luis Matesanz
Production
companies
Cesáreo González Producciones Cinematográficas
Filmes Cinematografica
Terra Films
Distributed bySuevia Films
Release date
21 October 1966
Running time
105 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
Spain
LanguageSpanish

The Lost Woman (Spanish:La mujer perdida) is a 1966 drama film directed by Tulio Demicheli and starring Sara Montiel, Giancarlo Del Duca and Massimo Serato.[1] It was a co-production between France, Italy and Spain.

The film's sets were designed by Enrique Alarcón.

Synopsis

Sara Fernán escapes from the poor fishing village of her childhood and finds work in a flamenco tavern, a tablao. One day Rafael, a politician with connections, hears her and is so impressed with her performance that he decides to help her advance her musical career. He takes her to Madrid, pays for her singing lessons, and shows her how to dress with taste. In the capital, lifted by his support, she triumphs as a singer. To avoid complicating Rafael's political career, she embarks on a grand tour of Europe.

Created to the greater glory of Sara Montiel, the film was a joint Spanish, French, and Italian production.

Cast

References

  1. ^ King & Torrents p.138

Bibliography

  • John King & Nissa Torrents. The Garden of Forking Paths: Argentine Cinema. British Film Institute, 1988.

External links


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