To Each His Life

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To Each His Life
Directed by Julio Bracho
Written by
Produced by Ismael Rodríguez
Cinematography Jack Draper
Edited by Jorge Busto
Music by Raúl Lavista
Películas Rodríguez
Release date
3 March 1960
Running time
95 minutes

To Each His Life (Spanish:Cada quién su vida) is a 1960 Mexican drama film directed by Julio Bracho and starring Ana Luisa Peluffo, Emma Fink and Carlos Navarro. [1] A collection of prostitutes and others disappointed in life gather in a Mexico City cabaret to celebrate New Year's Eve.


The film's sets were designed by the art director Salvador Lozano Mena.


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