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La Viuda Negra (1977 film)

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La Viuda Negra
Directed byArturo Ripstein
Written byVicente Armendáriz
Francisco del Villar
Rafael Solana
Produced byFrancisco del Villar
StarringIsela Vega
Mario Almada
CinematographyJorge Stahl Jr.
Edited byRafael Ceballos
Music byMiguel Pous
Luis Arcaráz
Release date
  • 1977 (1977)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

La Viuda Negra (The Black Widow) is a 1977 film directed by Arturo Ripstein, produced in Mexico and based on the novel Debiera haber obispas by Rafael Solana.[1]

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Cast

Plot

In a small town in Mexico, Matea (Isela Vega) is an orphan who assists the priest, Father Feliciano (Mario Almada), in his parish. The village doctor tries to seduce her, but fails and proceeds to defame her into believing that Matea maintains relations with the priest. The people believe him and demand that the priest fire her; he refuses and locks himself away with Matea. During the lockdown, they develop a passionate love, but fate arrives and the priest dies. Matea becomes a kind of priestess which is known as the "Black Widow".

Production

The production and release of the film was delayed for six years due to Catholic opposition to the film.[2]

References

  1. ^ Silva, Manuel Gutiérrez; Gottberg, Luis Duno (2019-10-24). The Films of Arturo Ripstein: The Sinister Gaze of the World. Springer Nature. pp. 16–17. ISBN 978-3-030-22956-6.
  2. ^ Information Services Latin America. Vol. 57. ISLA. July 2002. p. 14.

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