Owal Tec investigates the paranormal activities that are taking place around the country.

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Gonzalo Vega ...
Profesor Owen
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Graco
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Mariel
Arturo Delgado ...
Vega
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Emma
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Martín / Uffo
Luisa Guerrero ...
Fernanda / Niña
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Bernardo
Cristina Ovalle ...
Alejandra / Bacteriana
Rubén Branco ...
Pleyadiano
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Ruben Branco ...
Pleyadiano
Robby Clorio ...
Guardaespalda (as Roberto Clorio)
Sergio Duarte ...
Juan
Esteban Ibarra ...
Toto
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Lyra (as Paloma Márquez Díaz)
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Owal Tec investigates the paranormal activities that are taking place around the country.

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Good effects, credible story, may be a little more action
29 September 2010 | by (Monterrey, Mexico) – See all my reviews

The story develops smoothly, it gives you the feeling that "the best is yet to come" something that the audiences always appreciate. Great special effects and animations! except for the one at the lake, it could have been done better. I can't explain myself how they didn't see this. The actors performs very well especially Gonzalo Vega (Prof. Owen). However 2 secondary characters act terribly, something the non-speaking Spanish audiences probably won't notice, since their bad acting can be perceived in the way they speak. The story is credible and exciting. Alien invasion might be a recurrent topic in sci-fi movies, but Seres has a slightly different point of view that I'm sure will be fully developed in the second movie. The only thing that might "dissaponint" you is that is not quite full of persecution action. That's the main complain I've heard: "It was great but I wanted to see more action with special effects". You know, rays flying everywhere, explosions and stuff like that. They wanted more! Seres is worth-watching.


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