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Bajo la Rosa (2017)

Sara, the daughter of Oliver and Julia suddenly disappears. Days pass by without any news about the girl. But one morning, the family receives a letter from someone who claims to have retained Sara and wants to talk with them that night.

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Ramiro Blas ...
Hombre de negro
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Oliver Castro
Ignacio Fernández ...
Bruno
Elisabet Gelabert ...
Julia Francés
Zack Gómez ...
Alex Castro
Miquel Insua ...
Inspector Lorenzo Torres
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Mujer del hombre de negro
Carles Moreu ...
Roberto
Patricia Olmedo ...
Sara Castro
Piero Olmedo ...
Vendedor de arma
Miriam Raya ...
Cristina
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Sara, the daughter of Oliver and Julia suddenly disappears. Days pass by without any news about the girl. But one morning, the family receives a letter from someone who claims to have retained Sara and wants to talk with them that night.

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Todos escondemos un gran secreto.

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Crime | Drama | Horror | Mystery

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Under the Rose  »

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One of the best Spanish films in a long time
21 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

It's been several days since I saw "Bajo la rosa" and I still can't get it out of my head. The film entrap you completely within an intriguing and disturbing plot at the same time, where actors shine in a state of grace. Especially Ramiro Blas.

The film begins with the kidnapping of a girl, but this element is only the excuse to question the life of a family in the most surprising ways, advancing in crescendo until reaching a cathartic ending. A masterpiece script.

Honestly, it has been a long time since a movie impacted me like that, plus being a debut and counting with only 4 actors and a house. Without a doubt, Josué Ramos is a director to follow.


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