A young girl arrives in a park. She seems to be on her way to a party, but something (or someone) haunts her. When she arrives at the party, it is desolate. Something terrible happened in ... See full summary »
Mette Riber Christoffersen
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There are quite a few flaws in there and it's pretty hard to actually root for most (if any) of the characters in this. It's also pretty weak on the setting of the whole thing. But then the "reveal" is even weaker. If you ground your rating only on that, then you can subtract 2 points from my rating.
Being a Spanish/European production there is quite a lot of nudity, but there is not that much blood. So if you look for the latter, you might be disappointed. What I did like though, is the fact that the morality is being questioned. Not in the best way possible as I mentioned above but it still tries. And the movie can be fun (especially if watched with others), even if you can see where it's heading ...
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