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More Than a Thousand Cameras Are Working for Your Safety (2003)
"Más de mil cámaras velan por tu seguridad" (original title)

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A lovers' break-up, a mysterious website called www.kellerteve.net, a disturbing phone call summoning the main characters to a midnight rendezvous in an abandoned zoo, and the theft of a ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Antonio Hortelano ...
Toni
Laura Manzanedo ...
Susana
Fernando Andina ...
Álex
Mónica Estarreado ...
Andrea
Lorenzo Armenteros ...
Roberto
Eva Marciel ...
Patricia
Aurora Carbonell ...
Lorena
Duna Santos ...
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Celia Trujillo ...
Responsable aula
Nacho Silva ...
Mimo / Mendigo
Luis Rodriguez Soler ...
Profesor facultad
Cristóbal Garrido ...
Chico fiesta
Patricia Ciurana ...
Madre supermercado
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Pedro Almagro
Gonzalo Iglesias
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A lovers' break-up, a mysterious website called www.kellerteve.net, a disturbing phone call summoning the main characters to a midnight rendezvous in an abandoned zoo, and the theft of a motorbike leading to a dangerous chase in the subway are only the start of this unnerving story. Written by Anonymous

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Te ven... te siguen... nadie está a salvo.


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3 January 2003 (Spain)  »

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Mil cámaras velan por tu seguridad  »

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"Who is watching?" ... me, but it was a mistake
2 July 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

As the comments said before ... this movie was boring. I've bought the DVD on the flea-market for 1,50€ and I thought, what can I do wrong? Well, I was proved, that I could have spent the money on something else. The only good part of the movie was when they opened the masks in that fancy house where there was a party. Okay, there's a party ... but from one scene to the other - where the heck are the guests??? Same with the restaurant and the subway-station. ... Talking of subways, when Susana is on that motorcycle and her hands are being taped on it, Toni and Alex are trying to rescue her, 'cause a train is slowly coming closer. Here's the weird part. When they went into the tunnel, it was approximately 100m away from the end of the platform. But when the train chases the motorcycles, it seems like the platform is kilometers away. After watching it, I really regretted it. The idea of the movie was good though, but the result as a whole wasn't good at all.


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