Neither poor nor rich, but quite the opposite (Ni pobre ni rico, sino todo lo contrario)

Abelardo is a millionaire who is ready to lose all his money in order to gain the attention of his beloved Margarita. The young woman of medium-high class wants Abelardo to lose his money, because only then will be able to be together, according to her. When the protagonist loses his money, he is rejected once again, this time for being too poor. But Abelardo decides not to give up and organizes beggars into a Pobre Trust Company. He regains all his fortune and renounces to all kinds of relationships in the name of liberty.


RELEVANT FACTS: The play was adapted into a movie, directed by Ignacio F. Iquino, in 1944. It was also adapted to the television in several occasions: in 1962 and in 1969.

Mihura, a playwright, journalist and screenwriter, is considered the main inventor of the Theatre of the Absurd, and the most outstanding comedian in Spanish language through the 20th century. Mihura wrote the scripts of more than twenty-five movies, among which stands out Welcome Mr. Marshall, film directed by Luis García Berlanga in 1952.




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