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Nadia de Santiago,
Ghastly photography, bad character outlines, trashy plot.
If you thought TV show "Beverly Hills 90210" didn't leave a mark, then you should come see this Spanish obtuse lookalike and shiver, "...It's alive, alive!!!".
Not only does the photography has some very serious technical errors, the Directing is just plain wrong, from the characters to the plot it manages to leave the audience without any record of what happened, one moment to the next is totally unbelievable, plagued with unrealistic characters trying to masquerade bad performances; Strange enough, Ricardo Bofill managed to make some very good actors look bad on screen, quite a feat if you think about it.
Mr. Bofill, stick to what you know. If being an Architect is the new film career, god help us.
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