A man is haunted by a soccer fan who might or might not be a ghost.

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Nicolás Galvagno ...
El Kuervo
Damian Valentin ...
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A man is haunted by a soccer fan who might or might not be a ghost.

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1 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Produced with help by Dawn of the Dead screenwriter James Gunn, who liked the script and couldn't be more involved due to the making of his own film, Slither. See more »

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Quoth the Raven, "Nevermore"
16 July 2005 | by (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – See all my reviews

This is most probably the most bizarre story inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's magnificent poem, "The Raven". Yet, the main elements are still there; the tormented, the tormentor. As its producer, and friend of the director, Nicanor Loreti, one of the greatest talents of Argentinian cinema today, I feel proud of the bombastic experience it is to watch it. Completely unlike reading Poe's masterpiece, yet completely refreshing. A completely different take on a classic poem, a completely new direction for Argentinian movies to take. Nicolás Galvagno's performance is stunning as always, and, we're compelled to wonder why this young man is not a force on Argentinian television or cinema at this point. A man with as many faces as the devil, Galvagno's portrayal of "El Kuervo," the soccer fan who torments the main character, is delivered with the perfection of a trained violinist. Damián Valentín astounds as the victim, a man who is subject to the appearance of El Cuervo, and will do all he can to get rid of the shady character. We hope that this film, recently aired in Fantasia, will open Nicanor Loreti the doors to an unbiased audience, that will appreciate his amazing work for what it is.


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