In 1915, a workers employer for the Misiones lands (“mensúes”), travels to Posadas looking for new employees to hire; among music and drinks, hires one in a bar. Later, travels to the work zone, joined by an european doctor and his daughter. She and the stronger of the “mensúes” hired, get along very well; which makes the employer jealous and punish the worker, gaining him hate his boss and a need of revenge. In the forest, the unjustices and cruelty, become harder. —Arte Video
Mario Soffici (14 May 1900 – 10 May 1977) was an Italian born Argentine film director, actor and screenwriter of the classic era.
A native of Florence, Soffici moved the Argentina in the 1920s and began acting in 1931 and directing in 1935 on the film El Alma de Bandoneón, working with popular actors of the period such as Libertad Lamarque in tango-based musical films. He directed some 40 films between 1935 and 1962, most notably El Curandero (1955), El hombre que debía una muerte (1955) and Rosaura a las 10 (1958). He directed and co-wrote with Eduardo Boneo and Francisco Madrid La cabalgata del circo, where Eva Duarte played a supporting role.
He died at Buenos Aires in 1977. —Wikipedia