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There's a lot about this film which I really like. Many people, like me, discovered it thanks to Trueba's "La niña de tus ojos", which imagined what happened during the shooting of this one and its German version, "Andalusische Nächte". It was indeed shot in Germany, and Hitler now wanted to date Imperio Argentina (she was attracted to him, too, but she was a decent girl after all). And what is unbelievable about "Carmen, la de Triana" is how extremely fake and wonderful it gets. It is based on "Carmen" of Prospere Merimee, about a girl who drives two boys absolutely mad, with fatal consequences. The characters, the territories and the acting are exaggerated, but are extremely fun. Imperio Argentina had LOTS of charm. And... there is the music: in "Carmen la de triana" you can listen to many of the most necessary 'coplas' written, and sang with that superb voice. There are skillful shootings, dynamic dialogues, sense of fun, and after all you can't notice much that all the extras were German (or maybe Jewish, as "la niña de tus ojos" pointed) or that film was filmed with such tension and coldness. Along with "Nobleza baturra", the most interesting Florian Rey/Imperio Argentina "españolada", worth to watch. It's a pity that the remaining copies are in so terrible state.EDIT: what's even more interesting is comparing this film to the Bizet's opera or to another adaptations, like "Loves of Carmen" and "Carmen Jones". Indeed, that Otto Preminger pretty piece of work and this adaptation come as the two most unique, violent and immortal adaptations of the hundred made of the Merimee's story. A proof that this is a great storyline said with music, where you receive distracted to overlook the many over-the-top melodramatic tragic storyline of passion which, nevertheless, everytime manage to leave an impression. You can say it in a group of black folks which transforms an opera into soul without changing a note, or you can say it with characters related to the original ones but singing coplas, or you just can be as rough as you wish as Vicente Aranda did in the last nice adaptation: Carmen will everytime be one of the greatest "femme fatale" in the film history.
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