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We are all clear that it is important for human beings to have a job and feel fulfilled, but it is also important to enjoy moments of leisure and the movie La vida es sabrosa has the entertainment you need.
This film was released in year 1935.
We have seen many of the actors and actresses in this film working on other films before, but we have loved seeing them play together as Kay Francis, Warren William, George Brent, Helen Lowell, Henry O'Neill.

Frank Borzage knows how to handle himself in the role of film director and therefore exudes confidence when making a decision.
Meet the characters and enjoy them throughout 75 min. the movie lasts.
The process of creating this film has been located in United States.

When we analyze a movie, one of the most important parts to take into account is the script and in this case, it has come from the hand of Jerry Wald, Julius J. Epstein, Edward Chodorov, Jerry Wald, Julius J. Epstein.
When behind a film there is a production company as important as First National Pictures, Warner Bros., it shows in the results.
With a great professional career, we find Bernhard Kaun, Heinz Roemheld who, together with a great team, have been in charge of putting music to the feature film.

The symmetry, the lights, the frames ... all these elements are very important for a cinematographer who in this one has almost been Sidney Hickox.
The variety of movies you can find about the Drama, Romance genre gives you a better chance of enjoying this style.


Critics La vida es sabrosa

Soaper superior. C of Clarence. Is it worth it?
Interestingly, this is one of my favorites from the 30s. His noble suffering. Passionate and moving Borzage melodrama
Unrealistic plot and theme that will cause misery for years to come. Pretty nice home drama with a trio of interesting stars ... It's a nice try, but in a way, this is more sponge than velvet.
Good actors in a very bad movie ... and a horrible message for the public! An unfocused romantic melodrama carried by the stars, but with a very funny sequence. Incredibly BAD for a Kay Francis-George Brent movie!
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