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El Doctor Navarro, prestigioso cirujano de la ciudad de Pamplona, se siente atraído fuertemente por su enfermera Juana, la cual está también secretamente enamorada del doctor, quien, sin embargo, se mantiene fiel a su esposa y trata por todos los medios de que sus relaciones con Juana no traspasen los límites de lo estrictamente profesional. Esto lleva a Juana a tomar la iniciativa y abordar al doctor, que la rechaza violentamente, si bien, después de esto, de la reacción de la enfermera nacerá una relación auténtica entre ambos.


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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awful Melodrama....Spain in the 70's.... 5 de febrero de 2014
Por Carlos Romero natural cinephile - Publicado en Amazon.com
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"la trastienda" ("The Back Room") AKA "Blood and Passion" from 1975 was directed by Jorge Grau. This is another one of those awful melodramas that Spain was known for in the 70's.

Prominent 'Dr. Navarro' (Frederick Stanford) begins an extramarital-affair with his very attractive medical-assistant 'Juana' (María José Cantudo), despite giving his family the false appearance of 'domestic tranquility' between himself and his wife (Rosanna Schiaffino). It seems that his wife is also carrying-on with an 'affair' of her own, every other afternoon, in the back of her shop (hence the title)! When his priest/confessor is informed of his misdeeds ('in the eyes of God, and the Church'), he orders him to have his assistant transferred to another hospital, in order to save face.

While the narrative, did make a veiled attempt at showing the hypocrisy of the Spanish State and the society of the time. The film itself was very weak, and terribly done! Suffering from the afflictions that a lot of Spanish productions had in this era: soapy-acting, poor script, technical flaws like - audio/sync/sound, etc. The film is notable for being the first Spanish production to feature nudity, after the Spanish government officially lifted the ban and restriction on this in the same year. However, there is no full-frontal nudity as such, just a shot of 'Juana' admiring herself in a vanity mirror (the shot exposes her to slightly just below the navel, but well above her pubic region). The film was also shot in and around Pamplona, during the San Fermín festival (running of the bulls), and used this as a backdrop to the story. The one saving grace here (for me anyway), it has the beautiful María José Cantudo and Rosanna Schiaffino too! The DVD picture and sound quality is excellent. The film has been fully-restored by Divisa Red for this DVD release. Recommended to serious collectors like myself only. PAL format, Spanish language (Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), no English/Spanish subtitles, aspect ratio 1.78: 1, extras, NR 102 mins. (I bought the DVD through Amazon.es.)

Love and Peace,
Carlos Romero


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