Many movies from from the mid 1900's, had something in common: At the end, if you act according to your beliefs, you will come out triumphant, but if you are bad, you will always come out a loser. They were the simple times of "crime does not pay". This movie provides you, if nothing else, the fact that you have to live accordingly with what you believe is right, regardless of who opposes to it. It was never meant to compete for any cinematography award, but it is a clean conception of a story that may not have been unusual at the time. If you absolutely have nothing else to do, and wish to meditate a bit about Human behavior, this movie could well serve this purpose. Like many Mexican movies of those times, they are better understood if you know the History of the Country.
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