La sangre enemiga (1971)

  |  Crime, Drama, Romance


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3 November 2008 | treada73
Tremendous Proletarian Drama
This tremendous drama written by Luis Spota was a box-office hit, I suppose more for the constant nude scenes of Meche Carreño than the quality of the film, Rogelio A. Gonzalez had shown in other movies a good ability to portray popular environments without reached an exorbitant way as Ismael Rodriguez, whom he collaborated in many films did, in this case he just show a small portion of a proletarian group of street clowns in his very own world, the gloomy and crippled clown Played by David Reynoso, his retarded son and his exuberant and young wife(Meche Carreño) all of them prisoners of their wild instincts. All this ingredients make seems this story more take it of the sensationalist magazine la Alarma more than written by the famous Spota.

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