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Nos miran (2002)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller, Horror | 20 September 2002 (Spain)
Supernatural thriller in which a detective investigating the strange disappearance of a businessman uncovers evidence that the living aren't alone. And the terrible hidden secrets of those ... See full summary »

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Juan García
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Julia
Massimo Ghini ...
José
Manuel Lozano ...
Álex García
Carolina Pettersson Ruiz ...
Laura García (as Carolina Pettersson)
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Luisa
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Sacerdote
Francisco Algora ...
Muñoz
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Medina
Joan Massotkleiner ...
Matos
José Caride ...
Librero
Fanny Condado ...
Luisa joven
Margarita Lascoiti ...
Señora Barreiros
Kevin Estiz ...
Juan niño
David Sánchez del Rey ...
Niño 1 (as David Sánchez)
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Supernatural thriller in which a detective investigating the strange disappearance of a businessman uncovers evidence that the living aren't alone. And the terrible hidden secrets of those who also vanished before. Suspense with unpredictable end.

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Han desaparecido. Pero están aquí y... [nos miran]

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€295,890 (Spain), 22 September 2002, Limited Release
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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 »

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a little creepy, but a little illogical.
25 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

Well, I am surprised that there are only seven comments so far. So I am adding another one even though I didn't plan to write one.

This movie is pretty good, entertaining. However, it has some scenes that don't make sense. For example, when Juan was outside with his family, all of sudden, he saw something strange. He just followed that strange thing without even saying goodbye to his family. Then, somehow in the end, he ended up in his office?

And in the end, what is the reason that he wants to lock his own children? That doesn't seem to make much sense, either.

The concept is good, maybe someday someone from Hollywood can make another version of this movie.


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