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Amok (1944 film)

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Amok
Directed byAntonio Momplet
Produced byGonzalo Elvira
Written byMax Aub[1]
Antonio Momplet
Erwin Wallfisch
Stefan Zweig (novel)
StarringMaría Félix
Julián Soler
Stella Inda
Music byManuel Esperón
Agustín Lara
Edited byJorge Bustos
Distributed byClasa Films Mundiales
Release date
  • 22 December 1944 (1944-12-22) (Mexico)
Running time
106 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Amok is a 1944 Mexican romantic drama film directed by Antonio Momplet and starring María Félix and Julián Soler.[2][3][4][5] The film is based on the novel Der Amokläufer by author Stefan Zweig.

Plot

A doctor (Julián Soler) embezzles the proceeds of his Parisian clinic in order to better support the manipulative woman (María Félix) with whom he is having an affair. After losing all the money while gambling, he is forced to flee to an undeveloped region of India. There, he tries to mitigate the onslaught of a disease the natives term "Amok", while his past mistakes still plague him, especially when a mysterious woman, Mrs. Belmont (María Félix), appears in his office. The surprising physical resemblance of the woman with her previous lover will end up driving him insane.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Rodríguez Richart, José (2009). Dos patrias en el corazón: Estudios sobre la literatura española del exilio (in Spanish). Editorial Verbum. p. 167. ISBN 978-84-7962-476-7.
  2. ^ León Frías, Isaac (2019). Más allá de las lágrimas: Espacios habitables en el cine clásico de México y Argentina (in Spanish). Fondo Editorial Universidad de Lima. p. 480. ISBN 978-9972-45-486-8.
  3. ^ Camarero Calandria, Emma (2015). Contenidos y formas en la vanguardia universitaria (in Spanish). Asociación Cultural y Científica Iberoamericana (ACCI). p. 487. ISBN 978-84-15705-21-5.
  4. ^ Ricalde, Maricruz; Irwin, Robert McKee (2019). Global Mexican Cinema: Its Golden Age. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 118, 170–171. ISBN 9781838715960.
  5. ^ Schaefer, Eric (1999). "Bold! Daring! Shocking! True!": A History of Exploitation Films, 1919–1959. Duke University Press. pp. 346–347. ISBN 0-8223-2374-5.

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