Hasta el viento tiene miedo
|Hasta el Viento Tiene Miedo|
|Directed by||Carlos Enrique Taboada
|Produced by||Jesús Grovas
|Written by||Carlos Enrique Taboada
|Music by||Raúl Lavista|
Hasta el viento tiene miedo (Even the Wind is Frightened) is a 1968 (1967 according to the ITESM)  Mexican horror film, written and directed by Carlos Enrique Taboada. The film is about a ghost seeking revenge at a women's college. A remake was released in 2007, around Halloween, and it stars Martha Higareda as the protagonist.
The film is about a group of college students, led by Claudia (Alicia Bonet) who decide to investigate a local tower that has figured prominently in disturbing recurring dreams Claudia has been having. The dream also features a hanged woman's body. They are suspended from school for their antics, but Claudia learns from one of the female staff members that the person in the dream is a student who killed herself years before, and that the teacher has seen her ghost.
Andrea, the young woman who committed suicide in the tower, haunts the women's college seeking revenge for her terrible tragedy. When Andrea attended the college she learned that her mother was gravely ill and wished to be excused from school to visit her dying mother. When Bernarda, the principal, forbade her to leave, Andrea became distraught and overcome with grief. In a manic episode she decided to hang herself in the tower.
Andrea now seeks revenge and won't rest until Bernarda pays for what she did to her. One windy night Andrea beckons Claudia to climb the stairs to the tower. Bernarda follows her and attempts to stop her. When Bernarda reaches the top of the stair where Andrea hung herself she is met by the ghost. Paralyzed by fear, Bernarda can't defend herself from Andrea and is hung by the ghost.
Some time after the terrible events of the stormy night, Claudia is set to go home and the new principal assures her that all is well in the college and she no longer should fear Andrea's ghost.
- Marga López as Bernarda, the principal
- Maricruz Olivier as Lucía, the vice principal
- Alicia Bonet as Claudia
- Norma Lazareno as Kitty
- Renata Saydel as Ivette
- Elizabeth Dupeyrón as Josefina
- Rita Sabre Marroquín as Liliana
- Irma Castillón as Marina
- Rafael Llamas as Diego
- Sadi Dupeyrón (credited as Saidi Dupeyron) as Armando
- Pamela Susan Hall as Andrea, the ghost
- Enrique García Álvarez (credited Enrique Garcia) as Doctor Oliver
- Lourdes Baledón as Verónica
- Hasta el viento tiene miedo at the Internet Movie Database
- Hasta el Viento Tiene Miedo at AllMovie
- ITESM Review
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