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Los Totenwackers (2007)

Director:

Ibon Cormenzana

Writers:

David Muñoz (based on an original story by), Antonio Trashorras (based on an original story by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Josep Julien Josep Julien ... Jenaro
Hamid Krim Hamid Krim ... Yussuf
Azzdine Benaji Azzdine Benaji ... Mahdi (as Azzddine Bennaji)
Mar Regueras Mar Regueras ... María
Elisa Drabben Elisa Drabben ... Sara
Natalia Sánchez ... Raquel
Iván Morales Iván Morales ... Isra
Javier Malla Javier Malla ... Obrero 1
Henry Casalta Henry Casalta ... Obrero 2
Jasper Harris ... John
Terele Pávez ... Sabrina
Celso Bugallo ... Cojo
Geraldine Chaplin ... Salgado
Carlos Lasarte ... Ernesto
Juan Serrano Juan Serrano ... Fantasma Sabrina
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Los misterios de fantasmas son su juego preferido (Ghost mysteries are their favorite game) See more »

Genres:

Adventure

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Country:

Spain | UK

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

31 October 2007 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Els Totenwackers See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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Budget:

€3,000,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Connections

References The Birthday (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

No Me Crees
(Gómez / Calvo / Baón)
Performed by Efecto Mariposa
© BMG Music Publishing Spain, 2006
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Strange and whacky children's horror
31 March 2009 | by HeorotSee all my reviews

I saw the DVD of this movie lying around in a store. The cover and the blurb looked strange, somewhat whacky (and therefore interesting).

What is there to say? The strange apartment building, the spooky landlady... But first and foremost the children: Sara who just moved in (but already has a best friend called), Mahdi who is somewhat overprotective of his girlfriend, and John, the boy who dresses in suits with vests and suspenders, playing a bit of a boy genius.

The performance of Elisa Drabben as Sara is the most captivating. She remains the lead, as Mrs. Salgado (played by Geraldine Chaplin) is the 'baddie' of the movie (nicely played though). The parts of the boys, Mahdi and John seem somewhat inconsistent at times.

At the end it began to look like this was a pilot. Other 'missions' await in the distance. If there are, I would be interested.

As the opening credits rolled by I noticed it was co-produced by Walt Disney Iberia (which I didn't know existed). It was a fun film to watch, and I would certainly recommend it. Before you show it to children, I recommend you watch it first. Have fun!


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