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María Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1944)

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Title: María Candelaria (Xochimilco) (1944)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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María Candelaria
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Lorenzo Rafael
Alberto Galán ...
El Pintor
Margarita Cortés ...
Lupe
Miguel Inclán ...
Don Damian
Beatriz Ramos ...
Reporter
Rafael Icardo ...
Priest
Julio Ahuet ...
Jose Alfonso
Lupe del Castillo ...
Bone-doctor (as Guadalupe del Castillo)
Lupe Inclán ...
Gossip
Salvador Quiroz ...
Judge
Nieves ...
Model
Elda Loza ...
Model
Lupe Garnica ...
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mexican | native american

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Una sublime historia de amor

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Romance | Drama

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11 September 1944 (USA)  »

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María Candelaria (Xochimilco)  »

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Referenced in La verdadera historia de Barman y Droguin (1991) See more »

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A very naked look at the poor classes of mid 20th Century Mexico
9 August 2005 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

For the younger generations to see movies like this one, may seem that they are not real. They may imagine that the story being told was created by some sick mind. How can it be possible that human beings were so miserable? This story happens in what's now a suburb of Mexico City, but which at that time(early 1940's)was a little village by itself. The destiny of the poor people, specially if they were indians, was to live a life of misery. The few rich owners of the majority of the land and the resources in the area dictated what had to be done. If you were an Indian the situation was even worse. They decided, for their own benefit, the rules that had to be obeyed. If, like in this movie, one of those indians was a beautiful woman that was even worse for her, because she could be taken by the ruling class as a simple sex toy. If she would not accept this, she and anyone close to her would suffer all type of hardships. It is a beautifully told story that could have been a true one.


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