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Status: Released

Runtime: 115

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: es

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Overview

Director Alejandro Galindo directs the legendary Delores Del Rio in a classic drama from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema that portrays political change in Mexico through the microcosm of one family struggling with tradition in a time of change. Liberal farmer Pepe has arrived in Santa Fe to visit his aunt, Dona Perfecta. While he's there, Pepe is eager to teach the traditional-minded townspeople a new way of living. Unfortunately for Pepe the people of Santa Fe aren't eager to embrace change, and when the citizens begin to voice resentment Pepe is forced to seek refuge with his sympathetic aunt. Dona Perfecta is just as traditional as any of the other townspeople though, and only suffers Pepe due to the fact that he is family. When Pepe and his cousin Rosario fall deeply in love, the situation quickly comes to a head.

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Director: Alejandro Galindo
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Dolores del Río

Dolores del Río
as Doña Perfecta

Esther Fernández

Esther Fernández
as Rosario

Carlos Navarro

Carlos Navarro
as Pepe Rey

Julio Villarreal

Julio Villarreal
as Don Inocencio

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