Madrid, June of 1991. Verónica is a teenage girl surpassed by the circumstances after her father died recently, her mother works in a bar all day and she must care for her three siblings, twin girls Lucía and Irene and the youngest Antoñito. Still mourning for her father's death, Verónica decides to play Ouija with her friends Rosa and Diana, taking advantage a total solar eclipse where all classmates and teachers are on the school's rooftop watching it. Alone in the cellar, the girls try to contact their recent deceased family members, but the session goes wrong and something happens to Verónica. She hid from her mother what has happened, Verónica starts to feel strange presences inside the house and fears that these ghosts are a threat to any of her siblings. Advised by Sister Narcisa (nicknamed by the children as Sister Death) about the sinister spirit which is close to her, Verónica looking for a way to break the contact with the ghost and save everyone, suffering hallucinations ...
Alguien respondió a tu llamada. [Someone answered your call.]
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Did You Know?
The movie prominently features the Spanish rock band "Héroes del Silencio
": every non-instrumental song on the movie's soundtrack is by the band, Veronica listens to the band on her Walkman, Veronica's room features a least 2 posters and 1 calendar by the band, Veronica wears a t-shirt by the band through most of the night scenes. See more
When the children first enter the restaurant where Ana (Ana Torrent) is working, she promises Antoñito (Iván Chavero) two Euros. The Euro did not become legal tender in Spain before 1999 and notes and coins were not introduced before 2002. However the film is set in 1991, ten years before. Instead the Peseta was used, and she should have promised ESP 300-400. See more
Preludio ad un Dramma
Performed by Francesco de Masi
From the original motion picture soundtrack of Lo Spettro
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