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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)
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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Credited cast:
Antonio Hortelano ...
Laura Manzanedo ...
Fernando Andina ...
Mónica Estarreado ...
Lorenzo Armenteros ...
Aurora Carbonell ...
Duna Santos ...
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Celia Trujillo ...
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Nacho Silva ...
Mimo / Mendigo
Luis Rodriguez Soler ...
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Cristóbal Garrido ...
Chico fiesta
Patricia Ciurana ...
Madre supermercado
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pedro Almagro
Gonzalo Iglesias


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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Más de mil cámaras velan por tu aburrimieto.
24 September 2005 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This film is... uuh... let me think carefully..... crap.

A rather expensive movie with teenagers, Madrid's underground, things directly ripped off from another (American) movies, cheese blue screen effects and an ineffective aura of silly mystery which fails to absorb the viewer. The plot is unbearable twisted and laden with absurd, unreal situations, appropriate only for the stoned mind (situations in Jacob's Ladder are generally more believable), and seems to lead to nowhere, until the very end of the movie, when you really realise how silly this movie is! Not only that; in my opinion this movie's been an awful attempt to imitate the typical American teenager-murder movie, so we are landed with the very worst of Spanish films and the very worst of pop-corn Hollywood films.

Spain is not a good country for film-making, I should say. In Spain you can only make certain kinds of movies. Moving out of that is shown to lead to dreadful consequences. Not only the budgets are usually very tight; so seems to be Spanish filmmakers' imagination & taste(OK, pick out a few such as A. Amenábar, Álex de la Iglesia, Santiago Segura or Javier Fesser). Did you know that in DVD&Video Rental stores, 'Spanish films' is shown as a whole category? That reinforces the concept I presented earlier: Spain is not a country where a filmmaker can develop, generally. I'll tell you more: Spanish movies' box office is known to do ill most of the times (with a few exceptions like the blockbusting saga 'Torrente' by S. Segura). People here go to American movies most of the time. Should we try to compete and make movies which people will like better that those (quote) stupid American movies with a lot of FX&budget but horrible everythingelse? The answer is simple: NO; we'll do something easier: via advertisement we'll do out best to brainwash the audience into disliking American movies (and culture in general), which are utter crap, and liking OUR very dull film-making style, which is to be divine. That's brilliant thank you very much. "You need to watch more Spanish films"... like hell! Don't be fooled! Only YOU can decide what you need to watch!

Sorry for the lengthy, vehement dissertation. In conclusion, if they wanted to make a horror movie, they've thoroughly succeeded; the movie is "horrible"

1 out of 10

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