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When the Play was presented here in Culiacán it was an extraordinary event, many people were looking forward to seen it.
As One of Óscar Liera masterpieces, El Jinéte de la Divína Providencia, was expected to be a great film, instead of that, it´s presented as a mediocre one. Part of the film was made in Culiacán and the other part was made in Cósala, because the film and the play present two different times, one in 1890 and the other one in the 80's, the transitions between times is confused, the acting is average (logically were used only theater actors), the play tried to expose Jesús Malverde as an Hero for the poor, in the movie that objective it´s lost.
I would recommend to read the play first, and then see the movie, Liera has much to offer us in his work.
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