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Morgana (2012)

Not Rated | | Horror | 3 August 2012 (Mexico)
A remote lakeside village hides an old and terrifying secret. One hundred years after the suicide of a woman named Morgana, a newcomer is confronted with the terrifying reality that the ... See full summary »

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Siouzana Melikian ... Morgana
... Aunt Carolina
Alejandra Adame ... Sofía
... Agustín, the gardener
... Daniela, the psychiatrist
Eugenio Becker ... Gustavo
... Mercedes
... Morgana's father
Ana Julieta Récamier ... Morgana as a child
Abraham Stavans ... Old librarian
María Luisa Coronel ... Blind woman
Mateo González Oses Obón ... Gustavo as a child
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A remote lakeside village hides an old and terrifying secret. One hundred years after the suicide of a woman named Morgana, a newcomer is confronted with the terrifying reality that the lost soul is looking for new blood. This haunting thriller stars Siouzana Melikian, Lilia Aragon, Iran Castillo, Luis Felipe Tovar, Eugenio Becker.

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29 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

The reviews on Netflix are great for this film. So I gave it a try. I love ghost stories, hate the sadistic torture Saw type films. What a waste of a half hour. I had to turn it off. The acting is mediocre, but the direction is so bad, that I wondered what it could have looked like with a better director. The guy actually sets this movie up to look like I'm watching a play. Say, there is a scene where a guy is trying to get the girl to talk to him, she walks away from him and tells him to leave her alone, and the director actually films the scene as if it were filmed on stage. We see the girl walking away angry, and she suddenly stops at her mark, for no reason. And waits for the guy to get there so they can argue some more. This happened multiple times in the first half hour. Another argument where the girl is on the patio telling the guy to leave her alone and yet she doesn't move. Just stands there. Then the aunt, talking to the friend , facing the camera, and not the person she is talking to , who is standing there with a huge smile on her face in the back ground , as the aunt tells her how awful her friend is doing. It's filmed like a soap opera in parts. With bad acting. I had to turn it off at the part where the girl is chopping limes and the windows open and the breeze comes in and we focus a close up on her bulging eyes, and then we see her grab a butcher knife and hold it to her wrist with these bulging eyes, and shaking , because the breeze is catching her hair. Then she holds the knife there for like 2 minutes, doing nothing and slams it down. Good bye. It was utterly ridiculous. I would expect this as a high school admission in a film contest.


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