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Growing Numbers

The persecution of Maria Candelaria starts. Maria Candelaria (Emilio Fernández,1944)

Waiting in La Perla (Emilio Fernández,1947)

1940's Movies

Enamorada (1946)

There’s a fine line between melodrama and myth.  And maybe they’re inextricably linked.  What is it that transforms a familiar story with a predictable conflict into an archetypal struggle between pride and passion?  1,776 more words

Mexican Cinema


written by: Larry Cohen
produced by: Ted Richmond
directed by: Burt Kennedy
rated: unrated
runtime: 95 min.
U.S. release date: October 19, 2016
DVD/Blu-ray release date: May 11. 855 more words

The Appaloosa (1966)

One of the original methods actors –if not the original method actor – Marlon Brando did it all in his career. His acting was often powerful, intriguing, fun to watch, and at other times, downright weird and featuring too much mumbling. 698 more words

La poética del cine Mexicano.

El arte nos da la oportunidad de reconocernos, de apreciar nuestro propio rostro. Además de darnos coordenadas existenciales, las verdades que lanza el arte también nos dan la posibilidad de profundizar en las ideas que forman a nuestra sociedad. 2,422 more words

Arte Y Música

Cinema’s Greatest Scenes: #1 The Wild Bunch

Every Friday I’m going to be highlighting and analysing some of cinema’s greatest scenes, or sequences depending on your definition. Some will be familiar, etched indelibly into the iconography of cinema, while others will be obscurer moments worthy of wider circulation and attention. 588 more words

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