— 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