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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Spanish actress Ana Mariscal made an auspicious directorial debut in 1952 with Segundo López, Aventurero Urbano/Segundo López, Urban Adventurer, a highly personal drama which has come to be considered a Spanish neorealist classic. Mariscal's first experience as an actress was in an amateur theater company while studying science in college. When her brother, actor and director Luis Arroyo, went to Italy in 1940 to appear in the Italian-Spanish co-production El Último Húsar/The Last Hussar, Mariscal accompanied him. The film's director, Luis Marquina, sensed Mariscal's talent and gave her a bit part in the film. This began a successful career that would encompass years of stage work and over 40 film appearances. As an actress, one of Mariscal's most popular films was her brother's Dulcinea (1946). She founded her own production company, Bosco Film, in 1952 and through it produced her acclaimed directorial debut. Between 1956 and 1961, Mariscal taught acting at the Instituto de Investigaciones y Experiencias Cinematográficas. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi