A Doll's House (1943 film)
A Doll's House (Spanish: Casa de muñecas) is a 1943 Argentine drama film directed by Ernesto Arancibia and starring Delia Garcés and George Rigaud. It is based on the play A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen. At the 1944 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, Alberto López won the Best Sound for the film.
|A Doll's House|
|Directed by||Ernesto Arancibia|
|Produced by||Alberto De Zavalia|
|Screenplay by||Alejandro Casona|
|Based on||A Doll's House|
by Henrik Ibsen
|Music by||Julián Bautista|
|Cinematography||José María Beltrán|
|Edited by||Kurt Land|
Calki stated in El Mundo that the film is "too lost in a modern framework" in the adaptation by the local cinema, while the critic of La Nación believed that the film had much dignity as an interpretative work, calling it an "interesting and neat version". Raúl Manrupe and María Alejandra Portela later opined that it was the right film at the time but that it now looks dated and static.
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