Tiaré's acting is superb, and this is a great humorous display of little "rancherías" (small villages around ranches) and towns. The mixed feelings of the characters and situations can't be best described. The scene in which the twin sisters decide to share is just an example of this. The expectations of the characters (like the road restaurant in the rancher's dream) is just representative of the cultural psyché of the country.
The end is unexpected and quite agreeable to the audience.
Unfortunately, this film was a victim of a very poor distribution. Much less developed pictures like Padre Amaro got much more publicity and undeserved high ratings than this film.
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