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1957 | B/N | 83 min

Marta arrives at Sierra Negra to visit her ailing aunt. Enrique, a travel agent who is in the same train, offers to go with her. When they reach the station, the couple agrees to continue their journey in a rickety carriage that is transporting a mysterious box from Hungary. Once they arrive at her relatives? place, Marta finds find out that her aunt is dead. She decides to stay, without realizing that they are now at the mercy of vampires


Country: México
Direction: Méndez; Fernando
Script: Obón; Ramón
Production: Salazar; Abel
Photography: Solan; Rosalío
Sound: Rodríguez; Enríque, Ruiz Esparza; Rafael
Music: Carrión; Gustavo César
Cast:Montejo; Carmen, Welter; Ariadne, Salazar; Abel, Jiménez; José Luis
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2006

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