Road of Hell (1946 film)
|Road of Hell|
|Directed by||Luis Saslavsky and Daniel Tinayre|
|Written by||Luis Saslavsky and Ariel Cortazzo|
|Music by||César Brero|
|Cinematography||Antonio Merayo and Mario Pagés|
|Distributed by||Estudios San Miguel|
A melodramatic, psychological thriller, the film tells the story of a young wealthy widow, who is unhappy. She meets a Bohemian artist who marries her to escape the poverty of his family, but is stifled by her possessiveness and jealousy. The plot centers around a love triangle, which was bold for its time.
- "Camino del infierno (1946)". Mar del Plata Filmfest (in Spanish). Mar del Plata, Argentina: Mar del Plata Filmfest. Retrieved 28 May 2015.
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