A paraplegic computer engineer in a wheelchair starts hearing noises and voices of bank robbers in his basement.


Rodrigo Grande


Rodrigo Grande
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leonardo Sbaraglia ... Joaquín
Pablo Echarri ... Galereto
Clara Lago ... Berta
Federico Luppi ... Guttman
Uma Salduende Uma Salduende ... Betty
Walter Donado ... Canario
Laura Faienza Laura Faienza ... René
Facundo Nahuel Giménez Facundo Nahuel Giménez ... Schwarzenegger
Javier Godino ... Zurdo
Ariel Nuñez Di Croce Ariel Nuñez Di Croce ... Muñeco (as Ariel Núñez)
Cristóbal Pinto ... Pichi
Sergio Ferreiro Sergio Ferreiro ... Cristiani
Daniel Morales Comini Daniel Morales Comini ... Cervantes
Juan Carlos Nozzi Juan Carlos Nozzi ... Policía 1
Sergio López Santana Sergio López Santana ... Policía 2


Joaquín is a computer engineer in wheelchair trapped by the imminent foreclose of his house due to the debt with his bank. Trying save it, he rents one room to Berta, an exotic dancer, and Betty, her six-years-old daughter. Meanwhile Joaquín is blocked emotionally by the remembers of his wife and daughter, dead after an accident time ago, Berta lives with the drama of Betty, who two years ago stopped to talk mysteriously. Their at the beginning uneasy coexistence gradually softens, turning in a friendship and a love interest between them, when Joaquín accidentally discovers that a little gang wants to steal a bank it causes that Joaquín decides to watch them in secret. But Joaquín's plan crashes against a couple of secrets that will threaten all the plan provided. Written by Chockys

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Era el robo perfecto hasta que él se interpuso. [It was the perfect robbery, until he intervened.] (Spanish release poster) See more »


Crime | Drama | Thriller


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Joaquin has a statue very similar to the Maltese Falcon. One of the characters, Gutman, may very well be named after Kasper Gutman from the film The Maltese Falcon (1941). See more »


Canario: [sarcastically] This is great, we've got a Spaniard, a stutterer, a dyke, and a guy from Corrientes. We're such a melting pot!
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A Good Spanish crime thriller.
3 November 2020 | by sudheeshthulaseedharanSee all my reviews

At the End of the Tunnel is a Spanish language crime thriller. Jaqine, an engineer who lost his family in a car accident and is paralyzed below the waist, lives in his large house in a wheelchair with a sick elderly dog. After receiving a bank notice to foreclose on his house, Jaqine decides to rent the upper floor of the house. A Mother and daughter live in rented accommodation on the top floor of the house. One day an unusual noise on the wall of the basement of his house wakes Jaqine's skilled engineer. He realizes that the thieves are making a tunnel to rob the bank through her house, forgets his disabilities and joins in the robbery without their knowledge. Jaqine's attempt to accomplish their goal by deceiving the thieves and deceiving them is presented in a way full of many twists. There are many moments in this Spanish film that will captivate the audience of a thriller movie.

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Argentina | Spain



Release Date:

21 April 2016 (Argentina) See more »

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Box Office


EUR2,000,000 (estimated)

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Surround 7.1



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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