La chamuscada (Tierra y libertad) (1971)

  |  Action, Drama, War


La chamuscada (Tierra y libertad) (1971) Poster

A sharecropper and his daughter, a swarthy beauty, flee from the hacienda on which they live and join the Mexican Revolution.


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15 June 2015 | vquinterocastro
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| Luis Aguilar, Rodolfo de Anda, Emilio "Indio" Fernández, and Irma Serrano are all impressive in this film about the Mexican Revolution!
"La Chamuscada" is one of the greatest and most interesting films about the Mexican Revolution because its screenplay, direction, cinematography, and performances are all very memorable. The film, shot in 1967, wasn't released until 1971.

Luis Aguilar plays his character with solemnity and depth; this had to be the best performance of his career up to that point. Rodolfo de Anda is perfect in the role of the hacendado's nephew. Emilio Fernández and Irma Serrano were well cast as father and daughter, because of their temperamental personalities; Emilio is great as always, and the beautiful Irma, who gets the role of her career in this film, demonstrates her acting prowess.

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Release Date:

14 January 1971

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Cuautla, Morelos, Mexico

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