No offence, Beatrix

Beatrix and Javier are a couple that does not love each other. In the spring of her youth, Beatrix’ parents make her get married to a broke aristocrat. It is a convenience marriage, organized by their respective high-class families (one of them completely broke). Javier and Beatrix, friends since childhood and pressured by their parents, have to fake their love. Javier is actually in love with a cabaret dancer and Beatrix, with a cubist painter. As they fake being in love, little by little they begin falling for each other.


THEMES: Heartbreak, Misunderstandings, Society, Double Life, Love Hate, Seduction, Family, Love triangle, Art, Social Class, High Class, Economic Crisis, Moral Dilemma, Money, Infidelity, Youth, Marriage, Business, Couples, Passion, Social Relations

GENRE: Comedy, Family Comedy, Psychological, Romantic



No offence, Beatrix received great popular and critical acclaim.  Its popularity led to two movies: one directed by Julián Soler (Mexico, 1953); and the other directed by Tulio Demicheli (Mexico-Spain) entitled “Charleston” (1959).

Arniches was part of the brilliant Generation of '98, and comedies were his specialty. Many of his plays were adapted to cinema.



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