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Cradle Song (1953 film)

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Canción de cuna
Directed byFernando de Fuentes
Written byGregorio Martínez Sierra (play), María Martínez Sierra (story)
Produced byFernando de Fuentes
StarringMaría Elena Marqués
Carmelita González
Alma Delia Fuentes
CinematographyJorge Stahl Jr.
Edited byJosé W. Bustos
Music byGustavo César Carrión
Production
companies
Dyana Films
América (technical unit)
Estudios Cinematográficos del Tepeyac (studios and laboratories)
RCA (II) (sound system)
Distributed byAzteca Films Inc. (1953) (United States-Spanish language)
Release date
  • 2 April 1953 (1953-04-02)
Running time
94 min
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Cradle Song (Spanish: Canción de cuna) is a 1953 Mexican film. It was directed by Fernando de Fuentes.[1]

Plot

The daughter of a prostitute is abandoned in a convent where a nun cares for her, as she asks to not be taken to an hospice.

Cast

Reception

In Historia mínima. La cultura mexicana en el siglo XX, Carlos Monsiváis cites the film when describing what he considers a decline in the career of director Fernando de Fuentes: "The decline is incomprehensible: how is the director of Godfather Mendoza capable of committing monstrosities like Cradle Song (1953) and The Children of Maria Morales (1952)? Is it the exhaustion of a director or the crushing effect of an industry that allows neither rest nor the aesthetic ambitions of its creators?"[2] In Historia del cine mexicano, Emilio García Riera quotes the film together with Sor Alegría (1952) as films that "were about compliant, happy, and heavily made-up nuns."[3]

References

  1. ^ García Riera, Emilio (1969). Historia documental del cine mexicano: 1952 (in Spanish). Ediciones Era. p. 114.
  2. ^ Monsiváis, Carlos (2010). Historia mínima. La cultura mexicana en el siglo XX (in Spanish). El Colegio de México. p. 242. ISBN 978-607-462-380-2.
  3. ^ García Riera, Emilio (1986). Historia del cine mexicano (in Spanish). Secretaría de Educación Pública. p. 201. ISBN 9789682909412.

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