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In bustling downtown Madrid, a loud gunshot and two mysterious deaths trap a motley assortment of common urbanites in a decrepit central bar, while paranoia and suspicion force the terrified regulars to turn on each other.
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Blanca Suárez ... Elena
Mario Casas ... Nacho
Carmen Machi ... Trini
Secun de la Rosa ... Sátur
Jaime Ordóñez ... Israel
Terele Pávez ... Amparo
Joaquín Climent ... Andrés
Alejandro Awada ... Sergio
Jordi Aguilar ... Barrendero
Diego Braguinsky Diego Braguinsky ... Oficinista
Mamen García Mamen García ... Gitana
Daniel Arribas Daniel Arribas ... Tipo que tose
Paco Sarro Paco Sarro ... Hombre 1
Mari Giner Mari Giner ... Señora del Abrigo
Tony Lam Tony Lam ... Chang
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On an ordinary day in bustling downtown Madrid, life ticks over as usual, while inside a decrepit and noisy central bar, a motley assortment of common urbanites is killing time indolently, up until a loud gunshot sends chills down the spine. Out of the blue, now a man lies dead in front of the bar in a pool of blood, and then surprisingly, in broad daylight, another death follows. Where did that mysterious lethal bullet come from? Is this an act of terrorism or is there a solitary invisible sniper hidden on a roof? As hysteria prevails and the bodies miraculously vanish into thin air, the perplexed and terrified bar's regulars are bound to turn on each other, paranoid and suspicious of the potential assassin who might be hiding inside the place. Is there indeed a wolf among sheep? Written by Nick Riganas

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Ordering Coffee Can Cost Your Life.


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After their first collaboration together in The Day of the Beast (1995), is the first Álex de la Iglesia's movie filmed in Spain in which Manuel Tallafé doesn't appear. See more »

Quotes

Nacho: What the hell's up with you now?
Elena: I don't like being threatened.
Nacho: [Holding a gun] Who the hell is threatening you?
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Features House on Haunted Hill (1959) See more »

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Brutal yet Humorous Psychological Thriller
25 May 2017 | by ashlyn-m-gehrettSee all my reviews

I'll preface this by saying this is probably not a film for everyone, but I greatly enjoyed it. The essential plot idea is there are several strangers in a bar in Madrid when a shooting happens right outside the door, and they find themselves trapped together for reasons I won't spoil.

What follows is a tense psychological thriller about human nature, and a what-would- you-do-if-it-happened-to-you type of story line. It's written well, with moments of humor that land incredibly well without breaking the line of suspense being pulled tighter and tighter as the story goes on. It's definitely brutal at times, make no mistake there, but I was caught up in it and along for the ride to the very end.


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Spain | Argentina

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24 March 2017 (Spain) See more »

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