Sol En Llamas (1962) - Rotten Tomatoes

Sol En Llamas (1962)





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A favorite era of Mexican cinema returns to the screen in this well-wrought tale of a family and how it copes with the dynamic changes happening all around. The time is the end of the Mexican revolution and Porfirio Diaz is about to lose power. On the ranch known as La Gaviota, the feudal patriarch (Fernando Soler) of a small family and a large group of peasant workers is caught in the contemporary drama. He represents the old, entrenched, often arrogant aristocracy, and his daughter (Maricruz Olivier) more or less carries on in the same tradition. Opposite this holdover from past times is a revolutionary (Antonio Aguilar) who organizes the family's peasant workers, setting up a dichotomy that reflects the events in the country as a whole. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


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