Twilight (1945 film)

Directed by Julio Bracho
Produced by Mauricio de la Serna
Written by Julio Bracho
Starring Arturo de Córdova
Gloria Marín
Julio Villarreal
Music by Raúl Lavista
Cinematography Alex Phillips
Edited by Jorge Busto
Clasa Films
Release dates
13 April 1945
Running time
108 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish

Twilight (Spanish:Crepúsculo) is a 1945 Mexican drama film directed by Julio Bracho and starring Arturo de Córdova, Gloria Marín and Julio Villarreal.[1]


Shortly before leaving for a trip to Europe, the celebrated Doctor Alejandro Mangino sees his former girlfriend Lucía posing nude for a statue at an art class. He becomes infatuated with her one more, but after returning from Europe he now finds she is married to his best friend Ricardo. He tries desperately to avoid Lucía, but struggles to overcome his obsessive feelings towards her. He is encouraged by her having an affair, despite the concerns of Lucía's younger sister Cristina who also has a crush on Doctor Mangino. Mangino is left in a state of psychological trauma when he has to operate on Ricardo to save his life.



  1. Spicer p.203


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