Redes

(1936)
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A Mexican fisherman, whose son has died because he could not afford necessary medical care out of his meagre wages, becomes aware of how badly exploited he and his many fellow fisherman are by the one greedy man for whom they work and the corrupt politician who makes the laws to benefit him.

  1. Agustín Velázquez Chávez

    Story

  2. Paul Strand

    Story

  3. Emilio Gómez Muriel

    Director

  4. Fred Zinnemann

    Director

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  1. Silvio Hernández

    Miro

  2. Antonio Lara

    El Zurdo, fisherman

  3. Miguel Figueroa

    Miguel, fisherman

  4. David Valle González

    Don Anselmo Herrera, fishing business owner

  5. Rafael Hinojosa

    Juan Garcia Sanchez, politician

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Status Released

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  • April 19, 1937
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Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 1m

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