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The Second Woman (1953 film)

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The Second Woman
Directed byJosé Díaz Morales
Produced byAlfonso Rosas Priego
Written byMax Aub
José Díaz Morales
Mauricio Magdaleno
Carlos Sampelayo
StarringRosa Carmina
Antonio Aguilar
Freddy Fernández
Music byAntonio Díaz Conde
CinematographyEzequiel Carrasco
Edited byAlfredo Rosas Priego
Producciones Rosas Priego
Release date
2 September 1953
Running time
90 minutes

The Second Woman (Spanish: La segunda mujer) is a 1953 Mexican drama film directed by José Díaz Morales and starring Rosa Carmina, Antonio Aguilar and Freddy Fernández.[1]


A couple with preteen children breaks up. The husband (played by Antonio Aguilar) meets a new woman and they marry. As the children grow up, the film analyzes the impact of their parents' separation on their lives.[2]



  1. ^ López García p.52
  2. ^ La segunda mujer (1953), retrieved 2018-11-08


  • Pedro López García. Alicantinos en el cine. Cineastas en Alicante. Editorial Club Universitario, 2013.

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