La selva de fuego
|La Selva de Fuego|
|Directed by||Fernando de Fuentes|
|Produced by||Mauricio de la Serna|
|Written by||Tito Davison
|Starring||Dolores del Río
Arturo de Córdova
|Music by||Max Urban|
|Cinematography||Agustín Martínez Solares|
|Edited by||Jose W. Bustos|
|Distributed by||Producciones Grovas|
|December 27, 1945|
The movie develops into the Jungle of Chiapas in México. A beautiful woman named Estrella (Dolores del Río) lost in a savage zone of the jungle. She is found by a group of men who are being held into the jungle as social outcasts. Their leader, Luciano (Arturo de Córdova) is a man of integrity, but with an inexplicable hatred toward women. The presence of a sensual woman between several alone men causing a chaos that only Luciano can save.
According María Félix in her autobiography (Todas mis Guerras México, 1993), cause of this movie, she and Dolores del Río mistook their paths for only time. The film was written by Félix, but the messenger sent by mistake the film for Dolores. María finished filming the movie Vértigo (written by Dolores).
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