August 30, 1973
| 7.4/10 |
| Salvador Valverde Calvo|
Ohari and J. Rodríguez Pilado
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Hipólito y Evita (also known as When love comes, or Do what you want in English) is a romantic comedy 1973 Argentine film directed by Orestes A. Trucco and starring Raúl Taibo, Amalia Scaliter, Gilda Lousek y Ricardo Bauleo. The script was written by Salvador Valverde Calvo and it was shot in General Rodríguez.
Hipólito y Evita Wikipedia
Comedy based on the Romeo and Juliet story with the lovers' families at odds with each other over their different socio-political backgrounds. Hipolito's family is aristocratic and pro-Hipolito Yrigoyen, who was twice president of Argentina and co-founded the Radical Civic Union, a social liberal political party; while Evita comes from a working-class background and a family that supports Eva Perón and her husband Juan Perón, who was three times president and gave his name to the political movement known as Peronism, which in present-day Argentina is represented mainly by the Justicialist Party.