Las Interesadas
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One of the nicest aspects of Mexican films from the 1930's through the 1960's is how much they borrow from Hollywood cinema of the same era. Las Interesadas is a perfect example, a musical-comedy of the type that, with color shooting and a slightly less comedic script, could have been made with June Allyson, Betty Hutton, Doris Day, or Lucille Ball during the late 1940's. Three women (Amalia Aguilar, Lilia Prado, Lilia Del Valle), all aspiring performers who are tired of being abused in their work and private lives, join forces to try and find success together. They are almost… More