Virginia will do the impossible in order to rescue her little daughter who has been abducted. After an accident, she has the chance to live one day more to save her. On her path, she will find out that there are worst things than death.
Virginia will do the impossible in order to rescue her little daughter who has been abducted. After a terrible accident, she has the chance to live one day more to save her. On her path, she will find out that there are worst thing than death. She is a desperate mother who tries to rescue her daughter, while fighting against supernatural forces. The little Rebeca is in hands of an obscure sect in a lonely village, which seems to be in the middle of nowhere. On her way, she will meet Angela and Patricia, who are in the same quest, and everything becomes insane on a chase to rescue their children. What should she do in her pursuit? That is something beyond words. Under extreme situations she must take decisions which will show how strong her soul is, but... she will find out, in the hardest way, that there are worst things than death.
In the opening scene the car is first driving on the left side of the road and then in the next scene the right. See more »
After the church scene in which Virginia cuts the priest's head off, her wool knitted jacket keeps appearing/disappearing in the subsequent car shots. See more »
There is a final scene after the credits. See more »
I just watched first 10 minutes and stopped. This movie looks like done by bad cinema students. Long passages and serious continuity problems, like the woman driving her car in a perfect road while talking to her daughter and suddenly a bump and a flat. Now the car is in a long dirt road.
Star Trek technology that beamed the car from asphalt road to a dirt road instantly? I do not know.
Argentina had made great movies but not this one. Sorry.
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