Cine de Oro: Cada Quien su Vida
2600 Live Oak Street , Dallas, TX
The LCC's February installment of Cine de Oro will feature Cada quién su vida. As is often the case, evil or at least, a very loose morality is more convincing than the straight and narrow in this interesting drama about corruption and night life in Mexico. Based on a play by Luis Basurto, the panoply of nighttime denizens of the city's bars and clubs makes its way across the screen: women looking out for men to prey upon, a deputy and a policeman who can be bought when the need arises, and a nightclub owner whose sole interests swing between money and women. As this seamier side of the night is revealed in the first half of the film, two women (Ana Luisa Peluffo and Kitty de Hoyos) start heading toward a rethinking of their values.
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