Private detective Inés infiltrates the employees at a multinational corporation. Thanks to the collaboration of Manuel, she gets to the heart of company intrigues. But her investigation ... See full summary »
A group of thieves led by a man called El Uruguayo stalk a bank in Valencia to steal as many safety boxes as possible and later flee through a dug tunnel that communicates the building with... See full summary »
Rodrigo De la Serna,
Mercedes, who recently became a widower, nostalgically recalls his years of marriage with deadly dull Ramón to conclude how unhappy she was. While traveling by train to Madrid, a psychic ... See full summary »
On a dark night, the body of a well-known society woman is found; the investigators immediately suspect that the killer was the woman's maid. For her part, the maid demands that the woman's... See full summary »
En el pequeño pueblo de Santa Eulalia los solteros organizan una fiesta a la que acude un autocar de mujeres casaderas. Damián, Alfonso y Carmelo buscarán establecer relación con Patricia, ... See full summary »
Julia goes to a hotel in the centre of Madrid with a single suitcase as baggage and chooses to stay at the same room where she lived a vital and unforgettable experience in the past. She ... See full summary »
Norberto López Amado
There are scenes of Juan Garcia in his car with his daughter, Laura. Shots from the front of the car show Laura near to the middle of the back seat. However shots of Laura in the rear-view mirror show her positioned next to the rear door as well as showing a roof pillar that does not exist in the front shots. See more »
Amenabar 's "los ostros" (the others) is now a milestone for Spanish directors .That film overshadows every other work of the last ten years as a complete and perfect fantasy and horror film.(and Amenabar's two precedent films are at least as important and innovative)
"Nos miran" is a decent attempt.His main subject -the dead are watching us and are jealous of us cause they are no longer part of the game- is ambitious and the director is not always up to scratch: the subway/train trick was already used too many times ("Jacob's ladder" ,the Spanish "Art of Dying" which is cast in the same mold ,or Autant-Lara's "Marguerite de la nuit").However the writers have included interesting elements: the cop's own story,the grandma who seems to know more things than she claims.And ,mainly in the first part,the director does not forget to show some ambiguity: everything can only happen in the hero's mind.Fortunately,special effects are kept to the minimum,which builds a threatening atmosphere.Not bad.
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