This 1952 movie brings us a very dramatic view of the middle of the past century in Mexico. Urban movies were now more common, as versus the rural productions that had brought some kind of success to the local cinematography. The themes developing in night clubs were now the favorites of the producers. What can be more dramatic than the lives of the "cabareteras"(girls hired by the clubs to promote the well being of their customers)? Of course there is always something sad and understandable about these ladies, a story of poverty or of family problems, that make them choose that life. And to make the story more interesting, there is always a good fellow that couldn't care less about their past, and intends to make them go back to what the times morals were. This is a picture about all this, this is a movie about a poor but good person trying to forge a future with one of these girls. The movie itself is not really bad, even when the ending is pretty much very expected and lacking in imagination.
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