La Otra

Thursday, September 5, 2019
6:30 PM

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La Otra

Presentando en colaboración con el Consulado General de México en Sacramento, el Museo Crocker se enorgullece de proyectar una película de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano (1933-1964), un período de grandes avances artísticos en México. Dirigida por Roberto Gavaldón y protagonizada por la legendaria Dolores del Río, "La Otra", cuenta la historia de una asesina que asume la identidad de su hermana gemela, la cual está muerta. Esta selección de malvado cine negro inspiró la película estadounidense Dead Ringer. "La Otra" será presentada por el experto en cine mexicano Fred Dobb, Ph.D.
[1946, 98 MINUTOS, NR; EN ESPAÑOL CON SUBTÍTULOS EN INGLÉS]

Presented in partnership with the Mexican Consulate of Sacramento, the Crocker is proud to screen a selection from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, a period of great artistic advancements in Mexico between 1933 and 1964. Directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring the legendary Dolores del Rio, La Otra (“The Other One”) tells the story of a murderous sister who assumes the identity of her dead sibling in this wicked film noir that inspired the American film Dead Ringer. La Otra will be introduced by Mexican film expert Fred Dobb, Ph.D. 
[1946, 98 MINUTES, NR; IN SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES] 

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