Great film during the last years of the golden era.
A young girl,Juana(Irasema Dilian), wants to be a nun. She is the daughter of a very rich and good man who died. Her older sister and his brother in law wanted to take the money of the home of lost children and old and retired actors with the name of Juana. She tries to help the poor people. Here in Mexico, the years of the second war and some years later, people knew this time as "La Epoca Dorada Del Cine Mexicano" (The Golden Era) This motion picture was made in the middle of the fifties. First I saw it because Itasema Dilian. She was an Italian actress very beautiful but I was not sure I would like it because it was old and black and white. Surprise! It is very very good. Good story, great performances, good direction and, of course, the miss Dilian pretty face. I rate it with an eight just because it is black and white. If you can see it you will not be disappointed. It exists the DVD.
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