Los hijos de nadie (Dos caminos) (1952)

  |  Crime, Drama

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A man is making a research about the importance of familiar environment in children's future. First, he interviews a prostitute, Rosa, who's in jail because of the murderer of her pimp. She... See full summary »


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Carlos Véjar hijo


Carlos Villatoro

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27 October 2005 | andrescardenasg
| Movie intended to convey a message.
Back in the middle of the past century when this movie was filmed(1952), producers started a trend with pictures that were meant to convey a social message to the people, specially the lower brackets who were in the majority of cases, illiterate. These circumstances made them of course, live in a very poor environment. When you put together being poor and ignorant, many of the women of the times fell into the hands of "cinturitas"(gigolos) that exploited them and ruined their life making them work as prostitutes or in the best of cases as maids in order that they give their money earned to their "protectors". This movie is made with the stories of two different cases, in which the common denominator is precisely poverty and illiteracy. The movie in itself is nothing really extraordinary, but it allows the viewer to understand how these persons lived in the 1950's Mexico.

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Crime | Drama


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1 September 1952



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