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El grito (2002)

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Estela Duarte is divorcing her cheating husband, has moved her two children in with her mom, and has taken the only writing job she can find - as a reporter for the tabloid, El Grito. She ... See full summary »

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Estela Duarte is divorcing her cheating husband, has moved her two children in with her mom, and has taken the only writing job she can find - as a reporter for the tabloid, El Grito. She covers a series of grisly murders and mutilations of well-dressed women, each of whom turns out to be a mistress of rich men, including her father-in-law. She sees patterns and shares them with Ibarra, the cop in charge of the investigations. Her editor gives her professional support, her friend Laura gives her emotional support, and her mother helps her guess when the next murder will occur. But will all this be enough to protect Estela and Laura from danger? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Fluid foreign language thriller
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I have heard that this movie was made twice; once in Spanish language, then again in English and re-titled 'Bloody Proof'. As a whole, the movie was slick and well made. It would have been far better if some of the characters were elaborated more and given more screen time. The sub titles on the Spanish version were appallingly bad and sloppily constructed. The setting of Mexico City was a great choice of location and there are many scenes filmed on location. Well done to Steven Bauer and Olivia Hussey for conveying themselves as Mexican, the rest of the acting was fine also. Overall, it is probably best to view the English language version for more enjoyment but they are both well filmed and acted. 5/10 because it cannot stand up against similar serial-killer thrillers like 'The Bone Collecter', 'Seven' and others in the same vein, it does hold most of the hallmarks of a thriller genre, so give it a shot.


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