The Dance (1959 film)
The Dance (Spanish:El baile) is a 1959 Spanish comedy-drama film written and directed by Edgar Neville. It is based on his own theatrical play, El baile, released in (1952), which won the Spanish Premio Nacional de Literatura award.
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Edgar Neville|
|Produced by||José Antonio Irrysarry|
|Written by||Edgar Neville|
|Music by||Gustavo Pittaluga|
|Cinematography||José F. Aguayo|
|Edited by||José Antonio Rojo|
|Distributed by||Carabela Films|
It was the only color film directed by Neville.
Pedro (Alberto Closas) and Julián (Rafael Alonso) are friends and they love the same woman, Adela (Conchita Montes). Madrid, 1905, Pedro and Adela had gotten married but Julian live with them. 1930. Adela discovers she is going to die and the two men had hidden the illness. 1955. Adelita (Conchita Montes), Adela's grand daughter, visits to the two men and they remember their love to Adele.
- Mira p.225
- Mira, Alberto. The A to Z of Spanish Cinema. Rowman & Littlefield, 2010.