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|La Mujer Que Yo Perdi|
Actors: Pedro Infante, Blanca Estela Pavón, Silvia Pinal, Aurora Walker, Manuel R. Ojeda
Director: Roberto Rodríguez
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama, Military & War
A political revolutionary fights against injustice, his adoring wife by his side. But only in her death does he realize the depth of her love for him and their country. A dramatic romance from the 23 film library of the mo... more »
The best in mexican cinema
irma rodriguez | Los Angeles, California United States | 08/23/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"if anyone knows about mexican cinema at its finest should remember Pedro Infante. any pelicula or movie with this icon should be purchased and watched, then kept in your special list with the golden cinema classics. He always shines in every movie he ever made. and to have any of his movies to collect is a treasure. This movie is no different. it should be purchased and collected. He is great."
Blanca Estela Pavon: The Woman That We Lost
Jorge A. Zarco | Fresno, CA USA | 09/20/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In La Mujer Que Yo Perdi(The Woman That I Lost, 1949), Pedro Infante plays Pedro Montano, an outlaw who hides out in the mountains after he accidentally kills a man who assaulted a woman(Silvia Pinal). After seeing dozens of innocent "Indians" brutally killed by soldiers, Montano takes an oath to fight for them. While hiding out in the mountains, Montano starts to fall in love with Maria(Blanca Estela Pavon), an Indian woman.
La Mujer Que Yo Perdi/The Woman That I Lost has a very ironic title as Pavon died the same year it came out in theaters. The late Blanca Estela Pavon looks very lovely in this film; I can see why Montano would fall in love with her. LMQYP is a solid film and it was made during the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema when millions of people would flock to theaters to see a movie. Nowadays, Mexico's film industry is only pumping out 10-20 movies a year and most of them go straight to home video. This film is a must-see for fans of Pedro Infante and Blanca Estela Pavon."