A middle aged recluse psychologist who has stopped practicing years ago decides to take the case of Veronica, a young woman who's treatment was mysteriously interrupted by the Psychologists old professor, who has disappeared. As a condition, the Psychologist requires Veronica to stay with her in her country house for the duration of the treatment. Here, they will both discover what lies behind their deepest secrets.Written by
Carlos Algara & Alejandro Martinez
The Spanish production of the same name, directed by Paco Plaza, opened in theaters in Spain on the same exact date that this Veronica opened in theaters in Mexico, on August 25th, 2017. Although, the two films have no connection between one another. See more »
Actor Horacio Castelo is credited as a Police Officer in the end credits. Although his scenes were shot, they were later cut out in the editing room. His credit remained in honor of his work in the film. See more »
Movies who play mostly in one location are not everyones cup of tea. In this case you have two female actors who have to figure stuff out. Of course there is more to it and the question is how much you are willing to give in to enjoy this movie. The pacing is not the best and there are some sexual themes in there (and some nudity as well).
But everything makes sense and it is tension filled. Performances are great too, even if and when you find some things annoying. Of course some behaviour may also seem questionable, but bear with it. Characters can be difficult and not everyone reacts the same. Also be aware there was another movie called Veronica that was more Horror specific than this one (I almost didn't watch this because I thought it was the other one - also spanish language), but more cliches and way more predictable too
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