Movies and documentaries about Juan Rulfo and his works
The film The corner of the virgins directed by Alberto Isaac in 1972, is an adaptation of the stories Anacleto Morones and The day of the collapse of the book of stories of Juan Rulfo; Act Emilio "the Indian" Fernandez, Lilia Prado, Alfonso Aráu and Carmen Salinas....read more.
Talpa is a 1956 Mexican drama film directed by Alfredo B. Crevenna. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival....read more.
A kind of poetic essay, rich in imagination and a macabre sense of humour, this is neither a narrative film nor a documentary. The Secret Formula is based on texts written especially for the film by Juan Rulfo and it deservedly won the 1st prize in the First Experimental Cinema Competition....read more.
This recently remastered melodrama, based on a novel by Juan Rulfo with a screenplay by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Carlos Fuentes, is a classic of Mexican cinema. A poor man nurses an injured gamecock back to life and back into the ring with successful results. Wealth, fame, romance and temptation follow, as the man is lured into a questionable partnership with a greedy gambler and his mistress. Spanish. 105 minutes....read more.
"Pedro Paramo" based on the novel by Juan Rulfo and considered one of the best of world literature In 1967, Carlos Fuentes, Carlos Velo and Manuel Ponce adapted Barbachano Pedro Paramo, the great novel by Juan Rulfo (1917-1986), to Velo (1909-1988), take her to the movies....read more.