'El Desconocido'

Desde hace algunos años que se podría decir que el cine español está gozando de buena salud. Desde que las cadenas de televisión nacionales se han visto obligadas a implicarse en la producción y financiación cinematográfica, no es sorprendente ver dos o tres películas al año que destacan por sus capacidades técnicas, sus caras conocidas y una campaña promocional decente. 526 more words




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Apocalyptic horror is directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas who is most know for his film… 821 more words

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Mientras duermes (2011)
★★★ / ★★★★

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