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Verónica (2017)

TV-MA | | Horror | 25 August 2017 (Spain)
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Madrid, 1991. A teen girl finds herself besieged by an evil supernatural force after she played Ouija with two classmates.


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Paco Plaza (screenplay), Fernando Navarro (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sandra Escacena ... Verónica
Bruna González ... Lucía
Claudia Placer ... Irene
Iván Chavero ... Antoñito
Ana Torrent ... Ana
Consuelo Trujillo ... Hermana Muerte
Ángela Fabián ... Rosa
Carla Campra ... Diana
Chema Adeva ... Romero
Miranda Gas Miranda Gas ... Rodríguez
Luis Rallo ... Navarro
Nayara Feito Nayara Feito ... Vecina enfrente
Carlos Cristino ... Encargado
Gema Matarranz Gema Matarranz ... Profesora de Literatura
Samuel Romero Samuel Romero ... Criatura


Madrid, June of 1991. Verónica is a teenage girl surpassed by the circumstances after her father died recently, her mother works in a bar all day and she must care for her three siblings, twin girls Lucía and Irene and the youngest Antoñito. Still mourning for her father's death, Verónica decides to play Ouija with her friends Rosa and Diana, taking advantage a total solar eclipse where all classmates and teachers are on the school's rooftop watching it. Alone in the cellar, the girls try to contact their recent deceased family members, but the session goes wrong and something happens to Verónica. She hid from her mother what has happened, Verónica starts to feel strange presences inside the house and fears that these ghosts are a threat to any of her siblings. Advised by Sister Narcisa (nicknamed by the children as Sister Death) about the sinister spirit which is close to her, Verónica looking for a way to break the contact with the ghost and save everyone, suffering hallucinations ... Written by Chockys

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When the children first enter the restaurant where Ana (Ana Torrent) is working, she promises Antoñito (Iván Chavero) two Euros. The Euro did not become legal tender in Spain before 1999 and notes and coins were not introduced before 2002. However the film is set in 1991, ten years before. Instead the Peseta was used, and she should have promised ESP 300-400. See more »


[first lines]
Telefonista de la Policía: [off-screen, on the phone] This is the police.
Verónica: Help! Help, please!
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Entre dos tierras
Performed by Héroes del Silencio
Courtesy of Warner Music Spain S.L.
Lyrics and Music by Pedro Andreu (as Pedro Andreu Lapiedra), Juan Valdivia (as Juan Valvidia Navarro), Joaquín Cardiel (as Joaquín Cardiel Gericó), Enrique Bunbury (as Enrique Ortiz Landazuri Yzarduy)
© Copyright by Warner/Chappell Music Spain S.A., Disilogan SL, Buen Tao SL
©(R) Copyright by Servidor de Nadie, S.L.
Version licensed to Ediciones Musicales Clipper's, S.L.
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Nothing new where it counts
8 April 2018 | by martinenzelsbergerSee all my reviews

Long story short: if you have seen any possession horror movie, like the Exorzist, you won't find anything new here - at least in the horror elements. Few paranormal activities, few / lame jump scares, some good reflection / shadow moments - but overall too few for a great horror movie. I'd skip it unless you're a die-hard ouji fan.

What is good and praised by other reviews, is the well done story of a teenage girl. You experience the day to day live and problems of the protagonist. That's great to get the audience involved, but I felt the movie was 85% of that and that's too much for a horror movie, where the "horror" itself falls short.

There were a lot of questionable things that didn't add much to the plot overall - what was the significance of the solar eclipse aside from the teacher's remarks early on? It supposedly aided the being to enter this world, but the movie never picked up on that aspect again later, rendering it a generic explanation of the events. And what's with that scene where time went backward as Veronica went forward and then that doppelganger appeared? It didn't have any meaning, it's just a generic "scary" scene that could have been added to any horror movie.

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25 August 2017 (Spain) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain


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1.85 : 1
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