Tony, the owner of a small fantastic film video shop, has found out that at times reality can defy science-fiction. The time has come to embark on a trip to a place nobody has ever been to before.

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Oriol Aubets ...
Tony
Anthony Blake ...
The Messenger
Manel Solás ...
Felix Cadecq
Abel Folk ...
Néstor
Joan Frank Charansonnet ...
Lucas
Hans Richter ...
Gabriel
Karen Owens ...
Natalia
Manuel Masera ...
Goknur
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Princess Io
Quim Castella ...
Teo
Enric Cervera ...
Néstor assistant
Arantxa Peña ...
Susi
Alfonso Merelo ...
Sci-Fi Congress president
Ernest Mascort ...
Regular customer #01
Antonio Aroca ...
Regular customer #02
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Tony, the owner of a small fantastic film video shop, has found out that at times reality can defy science-fiction. The time has come to embark on a trip to a place nobody has ever been to before.

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Tony and Néstor, the psychiatrist, mention quite a few times brainwashing, a mental control technique, frequently used by 20th Century totalitarian regimes and applied on numerous occasions (and, usually, in an illegal way) to the reprogramming for liberated patients of coercive sects. See more »

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I enjoy it!
1 April 2007 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I saw "PROXIMA" at the special screening at Huelva, with very bad sound conditions. But I should also say that it is a very captivating film, with a perfect rhythm (quite slow, but as Wenders said once: "if you are not in a hurry"...), and exceptional actors and music. There are very few sci-fi films in Spain, and sure this is the best one, and a film comparable with any sci-fi foreign film. The most important things in this movie are not visual effects, but an intelligent screenplay that suggests multiple meanings. Atanes has repeated his challenge of mix sci-fi and philosophy, as he done with "FAQ". Of course, that's not digestible for all the audiences, though I think "PROXIMA" is also an amusing and sometimes brilliant film.


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