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Sacrificed women
(Mujeres sacrificadas)

by Alberto GOUT

Graciela goes to the police station to confess that she bas killed a man called Mario Galindo. She tells her story… As a teenage girl, she studied dancing with the help of her mother who worked in a cabaret on the side to pay for her studies. One day, Graciela hears the truth through Mario, her mother’s pimp. Deeply shocked, she gives up her studies and dances in a cabaret so that her mother can quit dancing. During a family meeting, Graciela meets Octavio who falls in love with her and proposes to her. Mario does his best to keep them apart and asks them to meet him in an isolated house. But there, trying to protect Octavio, Graciela kills Mario. They escape to Veracruz where they get married and then catch a boat to Martinique. Octavio is taken ill with a tropical disease and Graciela has no other choice but to start dancing again. She is haunted by the ghost of a man dressed in black.. Graciela gets a contract to go and dance in Paris. She goes there with Octavio and achieves success. They decide to go back to Mexico. Graciela sees the mysterious man more and more often; this is when she decides to go the police station.

  • Titre français
    Mujeres sacrificadas
  • Original title
    Mujeres sacrificadas
  • Titre international
    Sacrificed women
  • Scénario
    José Carbó
  • Photo
    Alex Phillips
  • Montage
    Alfredo Rosas Priego
  • Musique
    Antonio Diaz Conde, Yoyo Casteleiro, Lino Frîas, Orlando Pena, Georges Ulmer, Agustin Lara, Rafaël Bulamba Landesby
  • Interprétation
    Ninon Sevilla, Roberto Canedo, Victor Junco, Anita Blanch, Gloria Cansino, Manuel Casanueva. Réal. Scén. Ph. Mus. Mont. Int. José Diaz Morales Rafaël E. Portas, Carlos Sampelayo, José Diaz Morales, Carlos Sampelayo Agustin Jiménez Antonio Diaz Conde Alfredo Rosas Priego Rosa Carmina, Carlos Navarro, Liliana Durân, Dagoberto Rodriguez, José Maria Linares Rivas, Aurora Cortés, Angel Infante Producciones Rosas Priego
  • Production
    Producciones Calderón
  • Support de projection
    35 mm

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