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The perfect example of when a movie is THAT bad that it's impossible to find where to start with it.
Acting is lousy. Dialogues were poor. The storyline couldn't be more basic, and the plot-twists more ridiculous. What's with the role of the guy-cop? What does that add to the story? Not a slight dose of suspense or tension throughout the film, when it's evident there was an intention in creating so. Amaia Salamanca is the only remotely interesting segment in this film, and they still managed to make her character flawed to its core.
For some reason, I thought there was a minor chance this could end up being somewhat entertaining but nah. Just painful to watch.
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