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Presented as "the first chilean horror movie", this film is not only the first in this way. Is the first successful attempt to do a movie for entertainment. Until now usually chilean directors tried to do "auteur" films with different results. So, Angel Negro is not a deep or very artistic film but keeps you in your seat all the way. I worked as cameraman there and was a tough work. We struggle with serious budget problems but fortunately all this misery didn't brought a B-series movie. Andrea Freund's performance and Arnaldo Rodríguez cinematography are, in my humble opinion, the highest points.
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