Toast To Love

  • 1951
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

While in Mexico with her touring dance company, Russian ballerina Baronova becomes the object of both elderly statesman Arenas' and young soldier Silva's desires. Arenas will intercede to prevent Baronova's parents from being packed off to Siberia, but only if she marries him. Reluctantly, she does, not only spurning the love of the cadet she really cares...read more

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While in Mexico with her touring dance company, Russian ballerina Baronova becomes the object of both elderly statesman Arenas' and young soldier Silva's desires. Arenas will intercede to prevent Baronova's parents from being packed off to Siberia, but only if she marries him. Reluctantly,

she does, not only spurning the love of the cadet she really cares for, but also turning him over to the authorities when he joins a group of rebels after being shattered by her rejection. Things get worse--much worse--but it doesn't matter because the whole series of events proves to be nothing

more than a bad dream brought on by a letter informing her of her parents' impending exile. The statesman steps in to save the day. However, nothing can save this picture, burdened by some exceptionally poor performances and trite direction. It features excerpts from "Sleeping Beauty," "Swan Lake"

(Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky), and "La Fille Ma Gardee" (Hertel). (In Spanish; English subtitles.)

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