Río Escondido (1948 film)
|Directed by||Emilio Fernández|
|Produced by||Raúl de Anda|
|Written by||Emilio Fernández|
Carlos López Moctezuma
|Music by||Francisco Domínguez|
|Edited by||Gloria Schoemann|
|Distributed by||Producciones Raul de Anda|
The President of México sends Rosaura (María Félix), a young teacher, to educate a remote rural village known as Río Escondido.:124 The goodwill of Rosaura is impaired by Don Regino Sandoval (Carlos López Moctezuma), the town's tyrannical sheriff. The situation worsens when Regino falls in love with Rosaura, making it a living hell that she can only win through her strong will.
- Fein, Seth (1999). "From Collaboration to Containment: Hollywood and the International Political Economy of Mexican Cinema after the Second World War". In Hershfield, Joanne; Maciel, David R. Mexico’s Cinema: A Century of Film and Filmmakers. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources. pp. 123–163.
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