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-- Caroline from Garbo Laughs
"I'm always in awe of how beautifully she writes, combining humour with a deep understanding of all aspects of classic film"
-- Sophie from Waitin' on a Sunny Day
"Oh what a special blog this is. Clara is an enthusiastic and clever movie lover. I love all of her posts and her cleverly named blog (see if you can figure out what it refers to)"-- FlickChick from A Person in the Dark
"A blogger who always writes unique, insightful, and entertaining posts, Clara @ Via Margutta 51 is one of my favorites."-- Audrey from Fedoras and High Heels
"Clara is a wonderful blogger from Chile whose posts are thoughtful, intelligent, and really interesting to read! And as fans of Roman Holiday, just reading the name of her blog makes us smile."-- The girls from True Classics
"This is a fun one! Written by a Chilean gal (who speaks very good English, I might add!), the site takes its name from the address in Roman Holiday, and is a sweet devotion to classic film."-- Lara from Backlots
"My friend Clara who hails from Chile writes this very cool blog. And Clara is very cool herself. She is also a big Audrey Hepburn fan."-- Monty from All Good Things
"It inspired me to start blogging myself."
"If you don't know about Clara's lovely blog, you must be living under a rock ;) Honestly, though, Clara always has such intriguing posts & a really professional blog interface."-- Rianna from Frankly, My Dear
"An amazing blogger who has knowledge beyond belief of classic film and her posts always draw me in :-)"-- Bette from Bette's Classic Movie Blog
"Clara over at Via Margutta has such an amazing blog. It's got a great design and she always has interesting and creative posts, for example this Gift guide for Classic Movie Fans or fun games like When I Say You Say. I don't comment nearly as much as should—that should change! Check her out, you won't be sorry!"-- Perfect Number 6
"Clara's blog is one of my favorites. She's creative, high-spirited and expresses herself so well. In fact, I wish I could do so well in my first language, let alone a second."-- KC from Classic Movies
"I stumbled across Via Margutta 51 about 6 months ago and love the variety of the posts. The Twitter version of “Red-Headed Woman” for the Jean Harlow blogathon was hilarious and clever."-- Jennifer from Comet Over Hollywood
"The posts I read look interesting and well-written, especially considering that blogger Clara is writing in her second language."-- Ted from Just a cineast