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Paranoia, sueños recurrentes (2005)

Carlos Uribe, is a young photographer who is in a hypnosis treatment without any progress. His amnesia make him forget extreme emotional situations.



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Credited cast:
Alexandro Aldrete ...
Carlos Uribe
Psychic Agent 2
Octavio Amor ...
Carlo's Cat
Leticia Hache ...
Dr. Roberta Maltos
Aly Hernández ...
Natalia Robles
Izyeroaly Hernández ...
Modelo Natalia Capos.
Leticia Hernández ...
Dr. Roberta
José María Martínez ...
Mafioso 1
Mafioso 2 (as Fernando Treviño)
Angélica Moya ...
Julia Siqueiros
Carlos Navarrete ...
Ivan, Contreras
Adriana Olmedo ...
Dr. Aurora Campos
Jorge Luis Paz ...
Agent Psyquic


Carlos Uribe, is a young photographer that is in a hypnosis treatment without any progress. Carlos amnesia makes him forget extreme emotional situations. In the city, the media is informing about some strange women murderesses, finding the victims in the desert near to the city. The "Desert Killer", is the name the media has given to this serial killer, who has very peculiar characteristics in his "modus operandi", for instance; he's obsession to take photos of his victims and sending them to the newspaper. A red note journalist of the "Cronnica Roja" newspaper, Ivan Contreras, is reading the newspaper, while taking a break at one of the parks of the city, suddenly he gets angry when he realizes that his press release was not published, he then calls his boss to complain about it. Ivan has worked in this newspaper all his life, he has seen a lot of blood through the years as a reporter and his! only goal is to have his notes published in this newspaper day after day. Carlos has ... Written by Hernandez, Leticia

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Release Date:

2 August 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Paranoia: Recurrent Dreams  »

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Box Office


$595,000 (estimated)

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Sound Mix:

| (RCA Sound System)


Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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This film was selected in INDIE FEST Chicago 2005 See more »

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Paranoic Oniric world
23 May 2005 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I saw the last week this Jose Allende's opera prima and I'm really excited about when he's going to made his second film.

This movie made me think that Mexico is more than the typical capital country urban movie or a dusty town. It is a unique Mexican vision that didn't fall in parameters of this Mexican industry.

I feel that it has a European style, with a universal theme, it has an excellent photography and an intelligent edition. Maybe it could have some dialogues problems, and some characters I would like more if I could know more about them, but this problems are very common in operas primas and I don't blame the director. To be his first feature is excellent.

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