Susana (1951) - Plot Summary Poster


Plot Summary

  • An unstable young woman escapes from a reformatory for very, very wayward girls and deceptively finds shelter in the kind home of a frighteningly nice and decent family. Little by little, she causes unrest and discord among the members of the household, until they are virtually fighting with each other.

    - Written by Mark Toscano <fiddybop@uclink4.berkeley.edu>
  • Susana is a powerful melodrama in which a beautiful, sultry delinquent girl (Rosita Quintana) escapes from a reform school and finds solace in the home of a well to do family. She uses her feminine wiles to tempt the men around her and turns the orderly lives of the locals into a frenzied chaos. The film uses the power of eroticism to reveal the hypocrisies of modern society.

    - Written by Mr Bongo
  • In a stormy night, the sexy Susana escapes from the reformatory and reaches the ranch of Don Guadalupe, a family man that lives with his wife Dona Carmen and their beloved son Alberto. When they see Susana, Dona Carmen, who is Christian and Good Samaritan, gives shelter to the youngster that lies to them, but the old maid Felisa is not convinced that she is telling the truth. The seductive Susana uses her beauty and sensuality to seduce Don Guadalupe, Alberto and the henchman Jesus and destabilizing the family.

    - Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


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