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Second part of the Leguineche preceded by "The National Shotgun" and finished by "National III" . Spanish coral movie with a merciless denounce to hypocrite society located at a luxury mansion , being professionally directed by the veteran Berlanga and full of a high lvl of ingenious humor , including relentless critical in malevolent intention . A bustling comedy with a large plethora of users and an interesting script . After the death of Franco (1975) and the restoration of the monarchy , the Marquis of Leguineche (Luis Escobar) along with his misfit family return to this palace in Madrid , at Cibeles Square . After thirty years of voluntary exile in his farm-mansion in Los Tejadillos , Guadalajara , the marquis intends to approach the Lord to resume the court life of yesteryear . However , it is not so simple to access to the Royal Family . In Madrid palace he meets his invalidated old wife (Mary Santpere) . Then , arguments and disputes emerge among the left-wing marquis , the Francoist marchioness and her ex-lover Nacho (Alfredo Mayo) . The marquis and his son Luis José (José Luis López Vázquez) , helped by his nephew Alvaro (José Luis De Villalonga) -married to pretty French girl Solange (in real-life Villalonga spouse Syliane Stella)- attempt to incapacitate the marchioness . Meantime , they test to reform the crashed palace to give aristocratic parties . But then issues emerge when there appears two Finance Inspectors , and the resourceful marquis has to do everything to receive his aims , as becoming the palace into a museum . After getting success with the first part and a nice popularity by Luis Escobar testing the offbeat marquis , it led to filmmaker Berlanga , writer Azcona and producer Alfredo Matas to create this second outing "National Heritage" , dealing with the national privacy and monarchy restoration by Juan Carlos I . In the flick there are especially busy comedy , ironical humor , frantic pace , amusing gags , rowdy satire , strange roles , noisy hustle and social critical . Furthermore , it includes certain confusion and relies heavily in exaggerated mayhem ; being in anyway clearly inferior to former movie . One time complete the Franquist dictatorship , Berlanga along with his regular screenwriter Azcona carry out the realization a known trilogy about the political and social Spanish case , concerning on the peculiar aristocratic family of the Marquis of Leguineche . Shot in long , complex shots : ¨Planos Secuencia¨, with a lot of rare roles talking , shouting and walking . The main and help actors stand out under excellent direction of Berlanga very far from the tenderness that carried out in previous works , including a bitter , pessimistic mirror on the Spanish society by that time and of the egoistic aristocracy , especially . We can search very fun roles , all of them caricatures and mirrors of the Spanish society . The film displays a Spanish star-studded , such as : the sex-hungry Jose Luis López Vázquez , the loud-mouthed priest Agustin González (Berlanga's also regular), Amparo Soler Leal (married to producer) , Chus Lampreave (Almodovar's ordinary), and , of course , Luis Ciges . And brief roles and cameos by the graphic humorist Mingote , writer Joaquin Calvo Sótelo , scene director José Luis Alonso and filmmaker Francisco Regueiro . Its large success originated ¨Nacional III¨(82) about the power rising of Socialists with Felipe Gonzalez . Berlanga's conceptual and political audacity, so evident in this movie that achieved a considerable hit . It turned out to be a great picture plenty of diverting cases as well as black humor and social hypocrisy .Direction by Luis Garcia Berlanga is acceptable but inferior to precedent movie , he shows his skill for edition , realizing long shots with crowd who moves easy and shows the miseries of an amoral society. Berlanga filmed few polemic films during the 50s , all of them were beset by difficulties with the censors caused by true critical to social stratum such as ¨Bienvenido Mister Marshall¨ (1953) , a very nice movie which tended not to be very well received by the censor for its acidity and considered to be one of the greatest Spanish movies of the history , including a powerful portrait of Spanish society . His next joint venture was ¨Los Jueves, Milagro¨ (1957), it was modified by the censors and delayed for few years before its eventual release . Subsequently , Berlanga made ¨Placido¨ (1961) , this is the movie debut for the nice producer Alfredo Matas and received an Oscar nomination in 1963 , being well-received at the International Festivals , reviewing the useless charity , it's a sublime movie but with censorship . Soon on , Berlanga made one of his greatest movies : ¨El Verdugo¨ (1963), one of the undisputed masterpieces and fundamental in filmography of Luis Garcia Berlanga and shot at the height of his creativity, in a period cultural hard , where the enormous censorship of the political regime , exacerbated the ingenuity and imagination of the scriptwriters . He continued filming another interesting pictures , as in 1973 he went to Paris to start filming ¨Grandeur nature¨ focusing on the fetishism of a boy who falls in love with a doll . After Franco's death, he filmed the ¨Leguineche Trilogy¨ where he clarified the evident disorders in the Spanish upper , middle-class upon being confronted with a fresh political status quo , realizing a sour denounce of the Spanish society . Later after , he made ¨La Vaquilla¨ (1985) set in the Spanish Civil Fight , resulting to be the first time dealing with this convulsive period in comedy style . Following the same themes, he went on filming coral movies such as ¨Moros and Cristianos¨ and ¨Todos a Carcel¨ (1993) that won Goya Awards ; being his final movie : ¨Paris Tombuctu¨.
This is Luis García Berlanga's second take on the Leguineches, a down and out aristocratic family who settle in their palatial home in the middle of Madrid and test to feign relevance. As the leit-motiv in most of Berlanga's movies (people pretending to be something they're not), it marginally works. No matter how indebted the Count of Leguineche is, he nonetheless goes on to test his connections to receive loans and re-establish himself in newly-democratic Spain.Sure, the gags are all about how they simply ignore reality (and covet royalty's attention).A first-rate cast saves the movie from absolute tedium, that including the marvelous Mary Santpere and Luis Escobar as the unflappable marquises, and José Luis López Vázquez. Luis Ciges as the ever-loyal servant and Agustín González as the venal family priest deliever a comfortable yet predictable performance.The storyline in itself is spiral-like and, like the Leguineches, really looks nice but goes nowhere.If you like character-driven cinema soft on plot and large on redundant gags that lampoon aristocracy, this one is for you.
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