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Días de otoño (1963)

A psychological melodrama about a lonely country woman who embarks on a marriage with a city chauffeur which is doomed to fail, this vehicle for an actress who would commit suicide later ... See full summary »

Director:

Roberto Gavaldón

Writers:

Julio Alejandro (adaptation), Emilio Carballido (collaboration) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
Pina Pellicer ... Luisa
Ignacio López Tarso ... Albino
Adriana Roel Adriana Roel ... Alicia
Luis Lomelí Luis Lomelí ... Carlos
Graciela Doring Graciela Doring ... Empleada de pastelería
Hortensia Santoveña ... Doctora
Eva Calvo Eva Calvo ... Cliente de pastelería
Guillermo Orea ... Fotógrafo
Enrique García Álvarez ... Cura
Ricardo Fuentes Ricardo Fuentes ... Dibujante
Joaquín Roche hijo Joaquín Roche hijo ... Mario, mensajero pastelería (as Joaquin Roche Jr.)
Juan Antonio Edwards ... Hijo de Don Albino (as el niño Juan Antonio Edwards)
Evangelina Elizondo ... Rita
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A psychological melodrama about a lonely country woman who embarks on a marriage with a city chauffeur which is doomed to fail, this vehicle for an actress who would commit suicide later the year of the film,s release serves as her testament. Written by Lawrence Chadbourne

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Piña Pellicer won the award for best actress in a Spanish language film, at the April 1964 Mar del Plata Festival in Argentina. See more »

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A beautiful and unusual film
16 February 2007 | by gracielamgSee all my reviews

The one who haven't seen this film, is missing an an excellent psychological drama, with an interesting screenplay and good actor's performance, in the beginning of growth of a Mexico City social mid class. With a terrific cinematography, this is one of the few films that en-chances the Mexican filmography of the sixties. Pina Pellicer, a strange beauty actress, who gives the film an unforgettable touch. Her image resists to extinguish in each shot registered. Ignacio Lopez Tarso, is an important element in this black and white postcard. The quote "one day will finish the forgetfulness or will finish the hope" will keep an extraordinary sense of the history. Beautiful Mexican movie. A hidden jewel.


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

31 October 1963 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Autumn Days See more »

Filming Locations:

Mexico

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Clasa Films Mundiales See more »
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Mono (RCA High Fidelity)
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