The Road of Life

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The Road of Life
Directed by Alfonso Corona Blake
Produced by Ángel de la Fuente
Written by Eduardo Landeta
Matilde Landeta
Starring Mario Navarro
Cinematography José Ortiz Ramos
Edited by Carlos Savage
Release date(s) 29 June 1956
Running time 96 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

The Road of Life (Spanish: El camino de la vida) is a 1956 Mexican drama film directed by Alfonso Corona Blake. At the 6th Berlin International Film Festival it won the Honourable Mention (Director) award.[1]

The film is about three young criminal boys who await sentencing in Mexico City's Juvenile Court. One boy murdered his stepfather to protect his mother; the second boy blinded his chief tormentor; and the third resorts to stealing to support his family. Lawyer Enrique Lucero begins the task of rehabilitating the three to become good and be acceptable to society.[2]

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