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Películas para no dormir: La habitación del niño
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Writers:
Jorge Guerricaechevarría (screenplay) &
Álex de la Iglesia (screenplay)
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Release Date:
7 August 2006 (Japan) See more »
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Plot:
In Spain, the sports journalist Juan has a perfect life with his wife Sonia: they have just had a baby... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Its Back! See more (18 total) »

Cast

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Javier Gutiérrez ... Juan

Leonor Watling ... Sonia

Sancho Gracia ... Domingo
María Asquerino ... María
Antonio Dechent ... Fernández
Terele Pávez ... Mujer de Domingo
Ramón Barea ... Marcos
Eulàlia Ramon ... Teresa
Asunción Balaguer ... Anciana 2
Manuel Tallafé ... García
Cesáreo Estébanez ... Martí
Gracia Olayo ... Enfermera
Enrique Martínez ... Eslavo
Penélope Velasco ... Dependienta

Antonio de la Torre ... Operario (as Antonio de Latorre)
Carolo Ruiz ... Recepcionista
Juanma Pagazaurtundua ... Tipo
Isidro Montalvo ... Vendedor
Adolfo Lasarte ... Comprador
Carmina Rodríguez ... Compradora
Elena Jimenez ... María
César De Juan ... Pablo
Christopher Torres ... Eduardo
Eduardo Uceda ... Niño 3
Isidro Grimaidos ... Hijo Juan
Vanesa Espín ... Señora
Márgara Fernández ... Madre
Rodolfo Sancho ... Padre
Marta Bódalo ... Mª Carmen
Jesús Pardo ... Hombre 2

Carmen Ruiz ... Doble pers. Sonia
Alfonso Morlón ... Niño 1
Francisco Muñoz ... Niño 2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Abraham Hidalgo ... Operario 2 (uncredited)

Directed by
Álex de la Iglesia  (as Alex de la Iglesia)
James Phillips (voice director) (english version)
 
Writing credits
Jorge Guerricaechevarría (screenplay) &
Álex de la Iglesia (screenplay) (as Alex de la Iglesia)

Produced by
Álvaro Augustín .... producer
Carlos Fernández .... executive producer
Julio Fernández .... producer
Santiago Gimeno .... executive producer
Aitor Montánchez .... executive producer
Félix Rodríguez .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Roque Baños 
 
Cinematography by
José L. Moreno  (as José Luis Moreno 'Moti')
 
Film Editing by
Alejandro Lázaro 
David Pinillos 
 
Casting by
Amaya Díez 
Mamen Moya 
 
Art Direction by
Biaffra  (as Arturo García 'Biafra')
 
Costume Design by
María José Lebrero 
 
Makeup Department
José Quetglás .... makeup artist
Blanca Sánchez .... hair stylist (as Blanca Sánchez Torres)
Sandra Tejedor .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Fernando Carballido .... assistant production manager
Federico Escalona .... assistant unit manager
Sandra Fernandez .... executive in charge of production (as Sandra Fernández)
David Jareño .... unit manager
 
Art Department
Diego Rodríguez Lobalzo .... property master (as Diego Rodríguez)
 
Sound Department
Jorge Lerner .... sound re-recording mixer
Antonio Rodríguez 'Mármol' .... sound
Carlos Schmukler .... supervising sound editor (as Charly Schmukler)
 
Special Effects by
Juan Ramón Molina .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Nike Alonso .... visual effects producer
Laura Maynadé .... visual effects coordinator
Ramón Ramos .... digital compositor
Thorsten Rienth .... digital compositor
Rafa Solorzano .... visual effects supervisor
Carlos Trijueque .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Luis Martín Gil .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paola Ardizzoni .... still photographer
Francisco Izaguirre .... lighting technician
Emilio Pereda .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Pilar Moya .... extras casting assistant
Alberto Zafra .... extras casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Manuel Bauer .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Eduardo Albaladejo .... management of rights: Filmax Entertainment
Vicente Canales .... head of sales
Fernando Carballido .... second production assistant
Pedro José de la Fuente García .... second production assistant (as Pedro de la Fuente)
Federico Escalona .... production assistant
Iván Jareño .... production assistant
Rafael López de la Manzanara Cuadri .... location manager
Alberto Marini .... development executive
Helena Moreno Núñez .... development executive
Anna Oms .... documentation
Carmina Rodríguez .... production secretary
Martin Samper .... making-of director
Elena Serra .... development executive
Lara Isabel Gómez .... making-of (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Luis Lobos Negros .... thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Películas para no dormir: La habitación del niño" - Spain (original title)
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Runtime:
77 min
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Quotes:
Domingo:In a crate sits a cat and a particle that kills the cat, with a possibility of 50%, within an hour. As long as the crate is closed, how could you know if the cat is dead or alive?
Juan:I don't know.
Domingo:Nobody knows. Actually the cat is dead and alive at the same time. The person that opens the crate decides which option becomes reality.
Juan:I don't understand...
Domingo:No human understands. Those are only speculations. But the quantum physics brought men to the moon. That is reality. Like you and me, or this whiskey.
[...]
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Movie Connections:
References The Spirit of the Beehive (1973)See more »

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16 out of 20 people found the following review useful.
Its Back!, 14 January 2007
Author: Daniel Arco from Spain

This movie is the first one of a series of movies made for television which are supposed to revive the spirit of the TV - show "Historias Para No Dormir". The show was very successful at the time, each episode would be a scary or disturbing story with a twist at the end. I've watched very few of these episodes as well... i am young, i wasn't even born when the show was on. The few episodes i watched had in common that there was a basic story-line which was respected all way through, except the ending, which was twisted in some way and effectively left you sleepless (As the title would say). This movie brings back the spirit and man... it feels good.

The story is very simple. Couple moves in to this house with their new born baby. At night time they hear voices through the baby-speaker, and realize that there is someone else in the baby's room. Alex De La Iglesia is an amazing director (La Comunidad, Ferpect Crime or The Day Of The Beast have confirmed this) and in here we see how with all his experience he is capable of making a typical and simple story into an entertaining and almost scary story. The final scene is very effective thanks to, Leonor Watling. I am in love with this actress not only is she beautiful but in every role she is in, she just owns it and the film, I would watch anything just for her. She delivers an interesting performance and manages to add credibility to a very intense role. Javer Guiterrez also delivers a coherent performance and manages to convey the idea of madness and confusion. Those of you are thinking that the ending made no sense, or that there is lots of things which remain unexplained... well that is the point, this is a horror flick, its only pretension is to make you tense and make you nervous all way through. As in "Historias Para No Dormir" De La Iglesia manages this , with a great story and ending, and with the great Leonor Watling.

Best Bit: L. Watling and kick - ass ending. Worst Bit: The whole thing with that old lady seemed a little too cliché and unnecessary for the story.

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