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Más de mil cámaras velan por tu seguridad (2003)

A lovers' break-up, a mysterious website called www.kellerteve.net, a disturbing phone call summoning the main characters to a midnight rendezvous in an abandoned zoo, and the theft of a ... See full summary »

Director:

David Alonso

Writers:

David Alonso, Ryan Carrassi (adaptation) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Antonio Hortelano Antonio Hortelano ... Toni
Laura Manzanedo Laura Manzanedo ... Susana
Fernando Andina Fernando Andina ... Álex
Mónica Estarreado Mónica Estarreado ... Andrea
Lorenzo Armenteros Lorenzo Armenteros ... Roberto
Eva Marciel ... Patricia
Aurora Carbonell Aurora Carbonell ... Lorena
Duna Santos Duna Santos ... Chica casting
Celia Trujillo Celia Trujillo ... Responsable aula
Nacho Silva Nacho Silva ... Mimo / Mendigo
Luis Rodriguez Soler Luis Rodriguez Soler ... Profesor facultad
Cristóbal Garrido Cristóbal Garrido ... Chico fiesta
Patricia Ciurana Patricia Ciurana ... Madre supermercado
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pedro Almagro Pedro Almagro
Gonzalo Iglesias Gonzalo Iglesias
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A lovers' break-up, a mysterious website called www.kellerteve.net, a disturbing phone call summoning the main characters to a midnight rendezvous in an abandoned zoo, and the theft of a motorbike leading to a dangerous chase in the subway are only the start of this unnerving story. Written by Anonymous

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Te ven... te siguen... nadie está a salvo.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

3 January 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Who's Watching See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

€474,753 (Spain), 5 January 2003, Limited Release
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Cristóbal Garrido: as one of the guys in the party. See more »

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At the end of the credits, we can hear Susana's voice saying "Nos están vigilando" ("They're watching us"). See more »

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See what happens when you plagiarise?
9 July 2005 | by AwesomeWolfSee all my reviews

Version: Spanish audio, English subtitles (by SBS)

I don't watch the World Movies channel very often, but when I do, it is usually to watch something awesome like 'Tears of the Black Tiger' or some live-action Asterix movie. Off the top of my head, I can't think of any other Spanish horror films I've seen, so I have to hope to hope that the rest aren't as mind-numbingly boring as 'Who's Watching?'.

University students Toni (Antonio Hortelano) and Roberto (Lorenzo Armenteros) are on their way to party, but they are faced with the dilemma of having an essay due the next day. The solution? The internet! While trying to download an essay, they have a chat with someone called Keller. This Keller fellow seems slightly unstable, and informs Toni and Roberto that they are now playing Keller's game. From then on, things go bad: Toni, Roberto and a group of their friends are routinely kidnapped and enjoy near death experiences and it appears as though someone is watching them. That oughta show those no-good punks Toni and Roberto that plagiarism is wrong.

'Who's Watching?' is a paranoia thriller at heart. That is made painfully obvious at the very start when we are told that thousands of camera are watching us every day, monitoring our safety. I think I lost all interest in the film right then. I don't know what is about paranoia thrillers, but I generally can't get into them. If the film worked as a horror movie, it would probably have been more interesting. Problem is, it doesn't work at all.

The script is terrible. It plods along, and frequently fails to make any sense. I generally reserve judgments about acting when a language barrier is involved, but none of the actors in this seem all that convincing. They really belong in a slasher instead of trying to tackle some sort psychological horror. Probably due to the poor script and acting, there is no tension or atmosphere, and the story twists are predictable. It is much longer than it should be: long, drawn out, and boring. If it was shorter and condensed, it may have sustained more interest.

'Who's Watching' is boring, and a poor horror film. I really can't think of anyone who might enjoy it - 1/10


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