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Penumbra (2011)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 2 February 2012 (Argentina)
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A woman hesitantly rents an apartment to an eerie man who she soon realizes has a part in the solar eclipse that is taking place.
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Credited cast:
Cristina Brondo ... Marga
Camila Bordonaba Camila Bordonaba ... Victoria
Berta Muñiz ... Jorge Kepler
Arnaldo André ... Salva
Mirella Pascual ... Encarnacion
Victoria Witemburg Victoria Witemburg ... Angela
Diego Cremonesi ... Alberto
Gustavo Garzón ... Detective El Vasco
Hernan Penner Hernan Penner ... Emilio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gimena Blesa Gimena Blesa ... Cajera #2
Sebastián De Caro Sebastián De Caro ... Ignacio
Jorge Gallego Jorge Gallego ... Joaquín (voice)
Ana Luna Ana Luna ... Ana (voice)
Omar Musa Omar Musa ... Gordon
María Nela Sinisterra ... Aurelia
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A woman hesitantly rents an apartment to an eerie man who she soon realizes has a part in the solar eclipse that is taking place.

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Horror | Thriller

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Written by Julian Hernandez
Performed by Siniestro Total
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It is really hard to enjoy this movie or find it interesting
10 March 2013 | by MandarinaMeliesSee all my reviews

As in the previous Bogliano's film -Sudor Frío-, Penumbra's Script is simply horrible. The movie is boring, and in the first 30 or 40 minutes, with the only exception of a flawless attack scene at the first minute of the movie, it seems more like a bad "artie" film in which nothing happens than a Horror/Thriller/Fantasy movie. During the entire movie the dialogs are extremely long (aaaaghhhhh, extreeeemelyyyy long!!!), expository, and unnatural. The attempt to keep mystery and reveal the plot essence gradually failed totally, obtaining a very unattractive and dull development of the events.

The acting of "Berta" Muñiz is awful and the one of Camila Bordonaba is poor too. Different is the case of Arnaldo Andre's performance, but his character is not exploited enough in the film. At this point is obvious that Bogliano believes acting is not important in Horror films.

Like in Sudor Frío, in Penumbra Bogliano underestimates and miss the erotic aspect, so appropriate at Horror Thrillers. Penumbra has a Plot linked with a Cult-like small group, the main characters are most of the time inside the same apartment, and above all it's an empty-plot bad- filmed silly movie, so some scenes of dark, nasty sex and erotic playing would have been absolutely suitable.

It's important to stress that (unlike the rest of Bogliano's works) Penumbra is not such a Horror movie, but more close to a tepid film about people settling a rent contract for an apartment.


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Country:

Argentina | Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

2 February 2012 (Argentina) See more »

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Budget:

ARS1,250,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$47,371
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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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