Love lessons (Lecciones de buen amor)

Eugenio is abandoned by his wife due to marital issues, and now he must take care of their son by himself. One day he has to leave on a very important business trip, so he decides to make his friend Federico take care of the boy while he is away. However, Federico has no idea about how to deal with a child.


RELEVANT FACTS: It was adapted to cinema in Spain by Rafael Gil in 1944.

Benavente won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1922. He treated all the theatrical genres and developed a broad gallery of human characters. Many of his plays have been taken to cinema with success and many versions for TV have been made. Benavente’s dialogues are excellent, full with irony. He has been compared to Oscar Wilde.




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