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Sensualidad (1951)

Saloon singer Aurora is sentenced to two years in prison for a prostitution conviction. When she gets out of prison, she gets romantically involved with Alejandro Luque, the respected judge... See full summary »

Director:

Alberto Gout

Writers:

Álvaro Custodio (story and adaptation), Alberto Gout (screenplay)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Fernando Soler ... juez Alejandro Luque
Ninón Sevilla ... Aurora Ruiz
Domingo Soler ... Comandante Santos
Andrea Palma ... Eulalia
Andrés Soler Andrés Soler ... Martínez
Rodolfo Acosta ... el Rizos
Rubén Rojo ... Raúl Luque
Bobby Capó Bobby Capó ... Bobby Capo
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Saloon singer Aurora is sentenced to two years in prison for a prostitution conviction. When she gets out of prison, she gets romantically involved with Alejandro Luque, the respected judge who tried her case. Aurora and her boyfriend, el Rizos, plan to blackmail the judge. But Aurora gets a change of heart as she comes to know the judge better. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

25 July 1951 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Carrefour du vice See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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¡Qué vergüenza me da!
By Bobby Capó
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Caramba!
13 November 2019 | by brogmillerSee all my reviews

Following their success with 'Aventuera' the previous year Alberto Gout again directed Ninon Sevilla in this film of revenge and the devastation caused by a middle-aged man's infatuation with a younger woman. Gout, in common with many Mexican directors of the time, has taken the 'femme fatale' element of the Hollywood film noir and simply 'upped the heat'. In this case the heat is supplied by Sevilla whose sexual charisma is overwhelming. Her persona was given greater scope in her next film 'Victimas del Pecado' for the great director Emilio Fernandes. The melodramatic plot of 'Sensualidad' at times borders on the comic but is saved by the conviction of the cast including Fernando Soler as the hapless Judge and Andrea Palma, the first diva of Mexican cinema, as his long-suffering wife. Rodolfo Acosta plays the same rat as he did in 'Victimas' and 'Salon Mexico'. Sevilla's dance routines which she herself choreographed offer light relief from the drama and are fascinating in themselves. The film is shot by Mexico's second greatest cinematographer Alex Philipps. Enjoy this film for what it is.


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