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Interesting topic
Andres Cardenas7 March 2006
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The Mexican cinematography of the 1950's evolved from rural dramas to urban stories. Most of the time these were either Revolution oriented themes or tragic love stories narrated through different perspectives. This particular movie has a very unique and interesting topic. Long before the classical mystery stories of Agatha Christie became famous, this story about a murder in a train is presented in a manner that the suspense to know who the murderer is, is maintained throughout the whole movie till the very end of the film. Faithful to the love theme of those days, the movie shows a side story of love and compassion. The movie is pretty much kept at a good level of interest. If you like mystery movies, this is a sample of what was produced in this area 50 years ago.
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