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El escapulario (1968)

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A woman who is about to die calls the town's priest and hands him a scapulary, saying that she knows of its great powers. Anybody who does not believe in them will end up dead.

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Enrique Lizalde ...
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Carlos Cardán ...
Federico Falcón ...
Alicia Bonet ...
Ofelia Guilmáin ...
Eleazar García ...
Tío Juan (as Eliazar Garcia)
Jorge Russek ...
Jorge Lavat ...
José Carlos Ruiz ...
Ruiz, soldado
Dario Vivian
Manuel Dondé ...
José Chávez ...
Jesús Gómez ...
Soldier (as Jesus Gomez)
Manuel Vergara 'Manver' ...
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A woman who is about to die calls the town's priest and hands him a scapulary, saying that she knows of its great powers. Anybody who does not believe in them will end up dead.

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The movie gives the date: November 7, 1910, a mere two weeks before the Mexican Revolution. Yet, in the flashbacks, seven years earlier, we can see a full fledged organized insurgency. See more »

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Good Movie
19 May 2006 | by (Pharr, TX) – See all my reviews

Great classic Mexican cinema. Its about the power of a scapular and its passage between brothers finally arriving to an old lady. As she lies in the death bed she gives the scapular to the village priest. After, the priest leaves the house he wants to go back only to find that the house had be abandoned for many years and that the lady had already been dead for some time. The movie is in black and white. It can get a little on the creepy side as well. The style in the production is not used anymore by Mexican cinema. In the 80s the production values changed. Most movies started being about drug trafficking and sexual content. This was a disregard to actual story line.


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