A sisterhood of Celtic goddesses have under their control men who have attacked somehow the female gender. Angel is addicted to women, his life will turn into a calvary as he become slave of their plan to install the universal matriarchy.
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Ingrid García Jonsson,
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José María Listorti,
Angel is addicted to women. Cheating is his hobby, and this ability has made of him a master in disguise and lies. He is married to a strong women who tries not to be aware of his cheating, and he is father of a daughter who demands his attention. His life is divided into his company, his women and his family, in that order of importance. Through his partner and friend Eduardo, Angel redeems his conscience and confess his affairs as well as his fears. These confessions have a supernatural result for Angel's future, when he is taken by a Celtic goddesses sisterhood, who seek to establish a matriarchy in the world. Without being aware of that fact, Angel will be manipulated by these powerful women, who have under their control to those men who have somehow attempted on the female genre. Angel's life will turn into a calvary, by being a slave of their powers and key agent of a tough plan to eradicate men existence.
Although horror is definitely a hit and miss genre in Argentinian Cinema, La Muerte Cuenta su Historia has enough memorable quality to warrant it as a memorable experience! With an atmosphere that resembles that of Beetlejuice, fans of Tim Burton will appreciate the quality in the life and charm that the film possesses. Whether its Zombies coming together in order to stop a covenant of witches or a ghostly presence haunting the screen, the movie blends many sub genres of horror with a fine blend of comedic element that elevates the movie past a serious tone and up into a crazy, charming light hearted ride! With competent acting and a script to compliment it, the high end production will allow the viewer to become absorbed into the world that is being built, without noticeable distractions that unfortunately are a common occurrence in Argentine cinema (due to the lack of budget in many cases) Definitely recommended for fans of the Horror Comedy sub genre!
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