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Pedro Páramo, owner of the hacienda La Media Luna in the town of Comala and the largest area of ​​land, has the habit of taking any woman from the region to himself; However, he has not been able to know the love of Susana San Juan, a woman he has always loved and with whom he ends up marrying when she is widowed. Susana lives obsessed by the memory of her dead husband and begins to lose her mind. With this madness, Comala begins to die too. Thus, the characters search for their whole lives and only meet after death.

  1. José Bolaños


  2. Juan Rulfo


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  1. Manuel Ojeda

    Manuel Ojeda

    Pedro Páramo

  2. Venetia Vianello

    Susana San Juan

  3. Narciso Busquets

    Narciso Busquets

    Fulgor Sedano

  4. Blanca Guerra

    Blanca Guerra

    Dolores Preciado

  5. Abelardo San Miguel

    Juan Preciado

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Pedro Páramo - El hombre de la media luna


Status Released

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  • October 30, 1976


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 52m

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