When the wife of Sebastian Schumann left her family, he told his little daughter that her mother has died, because he thought that this was the easiest way for her to accept that her mother is now gone. But this was only the beginning of a lot of lies he tells her continuously, mostly about himself and his job. This way he also tries to hide away from her the fact that he had to quit his job as a traveler and is now paid much less than before. —IMDb
Ladislao Vajda (18 August 1906, Budapest – 25 March 1965, Barcelona) was a Hungarian film director who made films in Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy and Germany.
He was born in Budapest, his father being an actor and screenwriter.
Vajda started his career as editor (even though he also worked as artistic designer and writer) for different directors, such as Billy Wilder and Henry Koster. Eventually, he undertook his first directorial effort in his native country, Hungary.
Soon afterwards World War II, he became established in Italy, where he directed two movies. Finally, he moved to Spain. During the 1940s, Vajda directed several movies in Portugal, United Kingdom and, mainly, in Spain.
However, he would reach his artistic peak in the 1950s. Vajda’s movies during this period are clearly influenced by German director Fritz Lang. His main works during this period are: The Miracle of Marcelino (1955), My Uncle Jacinto (1956), Afternoon of the Bulls… read more