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Legendary cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa makes one of his finest works in this film, capturing breathtaking images of supernatural beauty that enhance the dark atmosphere of Gavaldón's fable.
While Figueroa's photography is truly a highlight of the film, it's worth to point out that the cast also makes a wonderful job in bringing to life the characters of Traven's "Macario".
Macario denies it to the first two, but feels compassion for the third (Enrique Lucero), who later reveals himself as Death.
In exchange for the meal, Death gives Macario a water that has the power to cure everything.