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The most expensive movie ever done in Chile is also - and by far - one of the very worst in the history of Chilean cinema. A box-office flop both in Chile and Spain (the co-producer country), this confusing, silly and awfully boring movie rises a simple question: How could international producers risk money in such a mess? It pretends to be an original science fiction flick but it merely emulates movies that would deserve better respect. A ridiculous story line leading nowhere and becomes more and more puzzling, poor acting and a dreadful direction make this an experience similar to the one you may have with an Ed Wood movie. A waste of money both for the producers and for the very few people who had the bad idea to see it in a movie house or still plans to see it in video. A disgraceful step back in the increasingly interesting development of Chilean cinema.
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