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 ... See full summary »
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
I can't believe the ministry of culture from Colombia supported this film
I'm a student of film-making in Colombia. This movie really makes me sad in the way that there are so many projects of films that are more interesting, but they are not supported, because the infamous people of Colombia and many of their filmmakers believe that telling stories of Colombia's problems is something boring and "typical". It only pronounces more the sense of indifference that is overwhelming this hurt nation. Now, talking about the movie, it stinks. The story is too entangled, showing us the problems in its screenplay. The acting of Julieth (Tulipan), is pathetic, too cliché. This character is the same thing as the typical misunderstood teen (oh what a surprise, a wannabe Gothic girl) The movie itself is big cliché of American horror movies, in which the horror is done through the typical terrifying noise, but not from the image itself. In the technical aspect I think that the movie is good, although there are many out of focus, that you can tell that are not intentional. The audio of the movie is well done, and the lightning is pretty descent. I also admire that the movie has got a big response in the public, so be free to watch it and drop your own conclusions.
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