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Miroslava (film)

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Miroslava
Directed byAlejandro Pelayo
Produced byMiguel Necoechea
Grazia Rade
Alma Rossbach
Alejandro Pelayo
Written byVicente Leñero
Guadalupe Loaeza
StarringArielle Dombasle
Claudio Brook
Milosh Trnka
Arleta Jeziorska
Music byJosé Amozurrutia
CinematographyEmmanuel Lubezki
Edited byÓscar Figueroa
Production
company
Aries Films
Release date
8 April 1993
Running time
100 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish

Miroslava is a 1993 Mexican drama film directed by Alejandro Pelayo and starring Arielle Dombasle, Claudio Brook and Milosh Trnka. The film portrays the life of the Czech-born actress Miroslava, who became one of the biggest stars in Mexico before her suicide in 1955.[1]

Partial cast

References

  1. ^ Montes Garcés p.134-166

Bibliography

  • Montes Garcés, Elizabeth. Relocating Identities in Latin American Cultures. University of Calgary Press, 2007.

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