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El Libro de piedra

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El Libro de piedra
El Libro de piedra.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byCarlos Enrique Taboada
Produced byAdolfo Grovas
Written byCarlos Enrique Taboada
StarringMarga López
Joaquín Cordero
Norma Lazareno
Aldo Monti
Music byRaúl Lavista
CinematographyIgnacio Torres
Edited byCarlos Savage
Release date
1969
Running time
99 min.
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

El Libro de piedra (The Book of Stone) is a 1969 Mexican supernatural horror film, written and directed by Carlos Enrique Taboada. This film was re-made in 2009.

Plot

Julia is hired to be the governess of a young girl, Sylvia who has an emotionally distant father, Eugenio, and a new stepmother, Mariana. Sylvia insists that she plays with a little boy named Hugo - whom the adults all see is a stone statue in the courtyard. When strange things begin to happen (such as Mariana, whom Sylvia dislikes, experiencing strange pains) the adults begin to wonder if Hugo may be more than just an imaginary playmate.


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