A woman suffers a traumatic incident as a young girl, whereas she doesn't know which reality is the real one.

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Beatriz
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Miguel (as Demian Bichir)
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Elena
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Ulloa
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Sánchez Blanch
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La Niña
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Zabala
César Nebreda ...
Chavi
Vicente Gil ...
Guardián
Chus Leiva ...
Enfermera pasillo
Marisa Duaso ...
Enfermera rubia
Beatriz Escalas ...
Enfermera recepción
Alfonso Bayard ...
Enfermero joven
María Rosario Molina ...
Enfermera sala revisión (as Mª Rosario Molina)
Joan Massotkleiner ...
Inspector
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A woman suffers a traumatic incident as a young girl, whereas she doesn't know which reality is the real one.

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The horror of being dead. The nightmare of still being alive.

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Horror | Thriller

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8 October 2004 (Spain)  »

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Hipnose  »

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€2,500,000 (estimated)

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€508,156 (Spain) (8 October 2004)
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Well-filmed thriller
14 October 2004 | by (Vitoria, Spain) – See all my reviews

In the last few years Spanish cinema has witnessed the proliferation of a series of new directors who devote their careers to horror films and thrillers. While some of them have been quite irregular, others (specially Jaume Balagueró) have provided a new insight to the concept of Spanish thrillers. David Carreras, in his debut film, has shown a very promising skill as a director and screenwriter.

Technically outstanding, "Hipnos" will make you bite your nails with only a few hints of blood and with no need of psychopaths or ghosts. While most thrillers are ruined by iffy endings, "Hipnos" is rounded by an acceptably believable third act. It could certainly have been better, but it should be praised by its value in technical aspects and storyline.


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