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Amor de la calle

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Amor de la calle
Directed byErnesto Cortázar
Produced byLuis Manrique
Written byErnesto Cortázar
StarringMeche Barba
Fernando Fernández
Freddy Fernández
Music byManuel Esperón
CinematographyJack Draper
Distributed byProducciones Luis Manrique
Release date
May 4, 1950 (México)
Running time
103 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Amor de la calle (Love Street) is a 1950 Mexican drama film directed by Ernesto Cortazar and starring Meche Barba and Fernando Fernández.

Plot

El Pichi (Freddy Fernández) and other street children collect a ticket that has fallen from Fernando El Calavera (Fernando Fernández), which prevents stop them and offers them a job in his place of tortas in the neighborhood of La Lagunilla Market in Mexico City. Fernando knows Queta (Meche Barba), the sister of El Pichi, and both are attracted. This will lead to Fernando namely the hardness of life of people in the suburbs. Queta have to fight against the fate, which forces her to work in a cabaret with the nickname of Cariño.

Cast

Reviews

With great images of American cinematographer Jack Draper, Manuel Esperon songs and musical interventions of Los Panchos and Tona la Negra, Meche Barba gets a great job on Amor de la calle, with Fernando Fernández to restart a long period as her film partner. The success of the film, led to a sequel filmed the same year: Si fuera una cualquiera (If I Were a Any), also directed by Cortázar.[1]

References

  1. ^ Las rumberas del Cine Mexicano. Editorial televisa. p. 36.

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This page was last edited on 1 November 2020, at 14:23
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