Román and his friend Ali seek out his girlfriend Jackie in a dangerous zone in a suburb in Buenos Aires. Ali shows an old house and tells that Jackie had met a blonde guy that she found in ... See full summary »
Román and his friend Ali seek out his girlfriend Jackie in a dangerous zone in a suburb in Buenos Aires. Ali shows an old house and tells that Jackie had met a blonde guy that she found in Internet, and now she had been invited to have dinner with him. Román waits in the car while Ali enters the house. When Román suspects that something is wrong, he breaks in the house and finds two old men torturing a young woman in a room in the basement and Ali tied with nitroglycerin in her front head. Román neutralizes the nitro and releases his friend. Then he decides to seek out Jackie in the place while Ali tries to leave the house and call the police. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When I need diversion, nothing helps quite like a film festival.
I can forgive Sudor Frío for a lot of imperfections: direction, script, actors, everything. The hammy, sophomoric acting; the dime store special effects ... But there's really no excuse for a mickey mouse script.
You get the feeling that the film was put together by a quarrelsome committee of third graders, and aimed at an audience of chimpanzees. The dialogue was just dreadful. Also the actors were directed all wrong--if they in fact were directed.
This is not the worst film ever made but...
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