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Martín is a tormented and solitary man who hides a shameful and unspeakable secret: he lives with a life-size doll which he treats as if it were his wife. This idyliic, loving existence will be gravely threatened when a prostitute, her daughter, and a pimp enter his life.

  1. Pedro Olea

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. José Luis López Vázquez

    José Luis López Vázquez

    Martin

  2. Carmen Sevilla

    Carmen Sevilla

    Lina

  3. Máximo Valverde

    Máximo Valverde

    Mauro

  4. Eduardo Fajardo

    Eduardo Fajardo

    Don Alfonso

  5. José Franco

    José Franco

    Dario

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It's Not Good for a Man to Be Alone
It's Not Good for a Man to Be Alone

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Original Title No es bueno que el hombre esté solo

Status Released

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  • January 1, 1973
    Theatrical

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Original Language Spanish; Castilian

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