Mi Querida Señorita (My Dearest Senorita) (1972) - Rotten Tomatoes

Mi Querida Señorita (My Dearest Senorita) (1972)





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This strange film takes the story of a Spanish country matron into new ground. Adela (Jose Luis Lopes Vasquez) lives a conservative life in her village with her maid. When she scolds her maid for having an affair, the indignant maid runs off to Madrid. Adela receives the courtship of a local businessman, but, after accepting his engagement ring, she is disgusted by his further advances. Disturbed by this, she follows her priest's advice to seek psychiatric help. The psychiatrist, a doctor, tells her that she is, in fact, a man. Adela, horrified, cannot bear to return to her village and takes up life in Madrid as Juan. Her identification papers list her as a woman, and she must improvise in order to survive. There is a lot more to this odd story, made odder still because it is not a comedy, but a romantic drama. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi


Enrique Ávila
as Sacerdote
Lola Gaos
as Aunt Chus
Chus Lampreave
as Aunt Chus' niece
Jose Luis Lopez Vasquez
as Adela Castro/Juan
Cristina Suriani
as Santiago's daughter #1
Manolo Otero
as Isabelita's boyfriend
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