Otilia Rauda

Synopsis: Otilia is a sensual young girl with an ideal body whose face is marred by an enormous mole. As a result, Otilia grows up friendless, except for the companionship of Melquiades, a young man employed by her family. Rich landowner Don Isaac arranges for Otilia's marriage to the local police chief, Isidro. A cruel and venal man, Isidro infects his young wife with a venereal disease that renders her sterile...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Dana Rotberg
Production: Wanda Visión S.A.
  3 wins.
110 min

Don't move, keep still.

Now get dressed

and let us work.

You'd better take her

to the tailor.

Her body is no longer

that of a child.


Melquiades, you bring her!

Her name is Monina.


Still growing, Melquiades?

It must be fertilizer, you devil!


You, Otilia, don't stamp on him!

What can you do, Melquiades?

What are you doing?

You're waiting for

some lady, right?

They say your dick

is the size of a donkey's.

The woman who gets what you have

between your legs will be lucky.

That's why you and Otilia

are a perfect couple.

Beware! Don't mess

with his girlfriend!

Now let's measure it!

Come on, get his trousers down!

For God's sake, what's this?

- You, come on!

- I will not put my hands on it.

You're a moron, like him.

I'm gonna do that.

Four, four and a half...

Oh man, it's growing!


Melquiades, look where you're

gonna put this, it could be deadly.

Let's go!

Maybe a headband looks better.

No, a flower is better.

- This one?

- The other one.

This one.

It's more delicate.

Let me see.

Cover her.

Quit staring at that spotted girl!

Mr. Isaac, you're always

so elegant and distinguished!

- Madam?

- So you came here, father.

I thought you had risen up

against the government.

Not me...

I don't think violence...

I believe that God, Our Lord...

With all due respect, Mr. Isaac.

Let me explain it.

Father Juvencio not only respects

the law, but he works with it, too.

I don't have any doubts.

Mr. Isaac!

I'm gonna take the opportunity

to talk about a good enterprise.


- Vargas is selling his butcher store.

- And so what?

We can begin a modern

business together.

I have the experience

and family tradition.

- You have the money.

- Excuse me.

You, come with me!


lll-bred bastards!

Your cousin wants

to dance with you.

Excuse me.

What did you say

to my daughter?

- Nothing, it was a joke.

- What did you say?

I didn't do it first,

it was Rosario Jimnez.

She said that Otilia fills her body

to hide her ugliness.

And you don't let her be

touched, so nobody can see...

...the lie.

- What did you say to her?

I said, "No, that isn't it.

Otilia has big breasts because

her lust swells them".

Listen, you jerk.

Anyone who insults

my daughter...

making jokes about her,

or lays his hands on her...

I'll kill the bastard,

you understand?

- Yes, Mr. Isaac.

- Now, go away.

And tell this to all people.

Dad, let's go home.

Touch me.

No, that's impossible.

Go on.

You think the same thing

as everyone else, don't you?

If only she were pretty...


you're very beautiful.

The most beautiful.

Then touch me.

I will hurt you, Otilia.

I thought it was firm.


- Did she have any displeasure?

- No.

- Any argument?

- No.

- Has she got a boyfriend?

- No.

None that you know about.

What are you doing there?

Is everything all right, son?

I'm talking to you.

I'm bewitched.

Cut that crap, and go to sleep.

Put everything in its place

and let's go to bed.

What did she tell you?

Has she met someone?

- Who put that in her head?

- It's nothing...

Could you tell

if someone touched her?


Some bastard must have been there.

I didn't meet anyone.

Nobody put ideas in my head.

And nobody touched me.

But search me if you want.

Dominus vobiscum.

Et cum spirito tuo.

In nomine Pater et Filiis...

Look, she is marrying in white.

Let's see for how long it lasts.

Look, mommy,

what a gorgeous bride!


I can lower your fever.

But I can't cure you.

You must go to the doctor.

What have I got?

A disease of men.

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Dana Rotberg

Dana Rotberg is a Mexican film director. She was born in Mexico City in 1960. Her film Angel of Fire (Angel de fuego) questions whether a feminist quest in Mexico is even possible.The film was screened for the Directors' Fortnight at the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.Rotberg's first English-language feature film is the 2013 New Zealand release, White Lies. more…

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