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Ladronas de almas

Ladronas de almas
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Director(s): Juan Antonio de la Riva


During Mexico's War of Independence, a group of men face unimaginable horrors when they attempt to steal from the seemingly helpless Cordero sisters. They thought they could take what they wanted. They didn't know these three young sisters had the undead on their side.

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Sofía Sisniega, Natasha Dupeyron, Ana Sofía Durán, Javier Escobar, Luis Gatica, Juan Ángel Esparza, Jorge Luis Moreno, Arnulfo Reyes Sanchez, Tizoc Arroyo, José Enot, Ricardo Dalmacci, Harding Junior, Claudine Sosa, Pablo Valentín

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