Gustavo Ortíz is a university student from a comfortable, middle class family who is forced to spend his summer vacation cleaning pools when his parents are struck down with financial ... See full summary »
Jose Luis Guridi
Adriana finds out the son she's expecting suffers a brain malformation that won't allow him to live outside her womb. As therapeutic abortion is illegal in Chile, she must wait until her baby is naturally born.
When a devoted husband and father is left home alone for the weekend, two stranded young women unexpectedly knock on his door for help. What starts out as a kind gesture results in a dangerous seduction and a deadly game of cat and mouse.
Humanimal, is a Chilean film that mixes the experimental with the horror, a film without words, a location, a few characters and camera shots modest. A story without many surprises, but it is understood the plot of a very good way. Creative and rhythmic Humanimal make a film that should be seen, unless they seek only high budget films and conventional thematic and aesthetic. Highlight Ramon Llao (The Turtle) for his great and successful performance. A note also that it is a movie coming out from the conventional in a country where a film is difficult and the market is very small, especially for films of this genre. However, the pace slows down the story, but not to sink the film.
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