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Humanimal (2010)

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Humanimal is a movie starring Ramón Llao, Jenny Cavallo, and Sebastián Layseca. After being abandoned by his only friend, Turtle becomes obsessed with becoming a person to compete for Cat's affection.

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... Turtle
Jenny Cavallo ... Cat
Sebastián Layseca ... Fox
Cecilia Levi ... Bunny
Francisco Gormaz ... Lion
Felipe Avello ... Tiger
... Young Man
Antonia Cárcamo ... Girl
Jimena Nuñez ... Woman
Martín Morales ... Sheep-Boy
Marcelo Nuñez ... Sheep-Boy 2
Tomás Llagostera ... Sheep-Boy 3
Flavio Cárcamo ... Father
Sebastián Badilla ... Gym Instructor
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After being abandoned by his only friend, Turtle becomes obsessed with becoming a person to compete for Cat's affection.

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Fantasy | Horror

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Was shot in 9 days on 1 location. See more »

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Experimental horror show
9 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

Humanimal, is a Chilean film that mixes the experimental with the horror, a film without words, a location, a few characters and camera shots modest. A story without many surprises, but it is understood the plot of a very good way. Creative and rhythmic Humanimal make a film that should be seen, unless they seek only high budget films and conventional thematic and aesthetic. Highlight Ramon Llao (The Turtle) for his great and successful performance. A note also that it is a movie coming out from the conventional in a country where a film is difficult and the market is very small, especially for films of this genre. However, the pace slows down the story, but not to sink the film.


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