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Álex de la Iglesia,
After a traumatic situation that makes Vega become an agoraphobic person, she decides to live like a hermit in an apartment because of her father's recommendation. But some strange things start happening, she sees visions, and hears noises and voices. She starts to worry about the dark past of that apartment, and the bizarre obsession of her neighbor. Written by
If you have another guerrilla, narc-traffic, "sicario" script ready to shoot, way to go, man!!! Those are the kind of movies Colombia needs to change our reality.
I didn't know every writer, singer, painter, sculptor, reporter or filmmaker in Colombia had to write, sing, paint, sculpt, report or shoot only our problems not to be called infamous or indifferent.
Good luck with your movies about our "hurt nation" and good luck to those whose movies distract us and entertain us to avoid that reality just for a couple of hours. I'm not indifferent or infamous just because of that, I love my country and it hurts like hell everything that happens here, whether a movie shows me or not how overwhelming our reality can be.
You are another one of that disrespectful Colombian pseudo-artist who don't allow our reality to change by not showing just a little bit of respect for somebody else's expression of art.
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