A small seaside town called San Carlos comes a rich and handsome man named Marco Duran, partly to consolidate their businesses in the area and partly to escape Miranda Narvaes, his torturing and unstable ex-girlfriend.
Maria del Siello Mantova is a beautiful young lady, and the strength of her character awakens the admiration of all men to industry and love at first glance of Mark, who immediately asks for her hand.
She is the woman she always dreamed of. However, for Sielo, he is not just another person, like many who have come to poison with their money, the quiet life of San Carlos, and he does not conceal the contempt he feels for him; he is also bound up with Sergio Sabrano Her man of life.\ \ Brisa, Selius's teenage sister, is madly in love with Sergio, Sielo's relationship with Sergio is disturbed, and Marco enters Sielo's life. Shello makes an agreement with Mark: he accepts marrying him and living on his land, in the marriage exchange, will not have close contact and that at a time he will give her a divorce that will take a sufficient time for Sergio to resign from her.
Runtime: 43 minutes
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Too Much, Too Soon is a 1958 biographical film produced by Warner Bros.. It was directed by Art Napoleon and produced by Henry Blanke from a screenplay by Art Napoleon and Jo Napoleon, based on the autobiography by Diana Barrymore and Gerold Frank. The music score was by Ernest Gold and the cinematography by Carl E. Guthrie. Diana died in 1960, two years after the release of this film. It stars Dorothy Malone and Errol Flynn (playing his real-life friend John Barrymore), with Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Ray Danton, Neva Patterson, Murray Hamilton and Martin Milner.
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The movie was based on the best selling 1957 autobiography, by Barrymore and Gerold Frank. Frank had previously worked on I'll Cry Tomorrow, a popular book about another alcoholic celebrity, Lillian Roth. “There's no message, I didn't set out to point a moral”, said Barrymore. “But writing it has been a cleansing process. It's like psychiatry in a way.” When the book was published The New York Times called it “an extremely skilful piece of work, a craftsman's product aimed at a mood and a market that spell big business. It is a book for the mass audience... as an artisan, Mr Frank is no slouch.” The Washington Post thought the book “fails to touch the heart even though it spins a recognisably sad story.” Louella Parsons said the book “told too much too loudly.” By the time the book came out Diana Barrymore tried to reactivate her acting career and was seeing a psychiatrist but she had not given up drinking.
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