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María Cristina (film)

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María Crstina
Directed byRamón Pereda
Written byRamón Pereda
Ramón Pérez Peláez
Produced byRamón Pereda
StarringMaría Antonieta Pons
Carlos Cores
Fernando Casanova
Prudencia Grifell
CinematographyDomingo Carrillo
Music byManuel Esperón
Distributed byPereda Films
Release date
November 15, 1951 (México)
Running time
89 min
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

María Cristina is a Mexican drama film directed by Ramón Pereda. It was released in 1951 and starring María Antonieta Pons and Carlos Cores. The film was inspired in the song María Cristina me quiere gobernar by Ñico Saquito.

Plot

Maria Cristina (María Antonieta Pons) is an unemployed provincial young girl reaching to the Mexico City accompanied by her grandmother (Prudencia Grifell) settling into a neighborhood. A neighbor recommends working in a cabaret behind her grandmother. There, Maria Cristina finds the love.

Cast

Reviews

The film premiered in four rooms of Mexico City in 1951. The journalist Mauricio Peña related in his analysis of this film for the magazine Somos in 1999: We assure you that is not easy to recover after seeing María Antonieta Pons in "Maria Cristina", because even the conventional story, is the absolute pinnacle of the art of this beautiful Cuban rumbera.[1]

References

  1. ^ Peña, Mauricio (1999). Revista Somos: Las Rumberas del Cine Mexicano. Editorial Televisa. p. 23.

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