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Pandemonium, the Hell's Capital City (1997)

Pandemonium, la capital del infierno (original title)
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Credited cast:
Orlando Urdaneta ... Adonai
Amalia Pérez Díaz Amalia Pérez Díaz ... Carmín
Miguel Ángel Landa Miguel Ángel Landa ... Radamés
Elaiza Gil Elaiza Gil ... Demetria 'The Bitch'
José Luis Márquez José Luis Márquez ... Hermes
José Luis Useche José Luis Useche ... Onésimo
Frank Spano ... Evelio
María Hinojosa María Hinojosa ... Atanasia
Rafael Briceño Rafael Briceño ... General
Alejandro Corona Alejandro Corona ... Policía 1
Julio Gasette Julio Gasette ... Policía 2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
José Torres


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Release Date:

14 November 1997 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

Pandemonium, the Hell's Capital City See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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References The Little Mermaid (1989) See more »

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what was all that about?
17 October 1999 | by ElixSee all my reviews

Great performances through all the film, and that´s always good to see. But I have to say that this is one of the most weird, almost freak, and poor screenplay that I´ve seen in the Venezuelan film industry... it leads you to a pessimistic, post-modern and apocaliptic future in Venezuela, where the corruption is unbearable and the poverty is out of control. Though it is very (maybe too much) original and initially interesting, doesn´t have any strength to keep you asking for more... in fact, if it wasn´t for the amazing performances (Amalia Pérez Díaz above all... definitely she is the best actress of Venezuela., what a work!) you´d wish the film to finish in half an hour. The prison scene with the people screaming is quite creepy and maybe the best of the film. The only good point of the screenplay is the relationship between Amalia´s character with her two sons. This film probes that you can do a quite good film just with great actors and a good direction, but it´s also the probe that a potential great picture may go down without a good screenplay.

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