La Muerte Vive En El Cine
Sala Garbo invites you to attend “La Muerte Vive En El Cine” with your friends, where you can enjoy a deep film cycle that will make you meditate on life and death. In these films Death is one more character. The film will be passed in its original language, with Spanish subtitles.
On Tuesday, November 12, at 7:00 pm, Macario (1960), one of the most important and awarded films of Mexican filmography, directed by Roberto Gavaldón will be screened. It deals with events in the relationship between the indigenous Macario (Ignacio López Tarso) and Death (Enrique Lucero).
In this adaptation of the novel by B. Traven, the influence of the story of The Godmother Death, (also known as The Godson of Death) by the Grimm Brothers, a story from which he derived the work of B. Traven, is noted in the end . It is set in the era of the Viceroyalty of New Spain of the eighteenth century, on the eve of the Day of the Dead. She won numerous awards for her production values.
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