A family is going to spend a few days on the outskirts of Tijuana. When they stop to get gas, the children walk over to a hill and disappear. The next day they return to their worried parents, apparently unharmed. But something has happened. Little by little, the mother starts to notice abnormal behavior in them, which winds up degenerating into something monstrous. Through the distortion of everyday life and with an absolute control over tempo and tension, the director of Rooms for Tourists and Cold Sweat offers us an original and stimulating approach to demonic terror.
Adrián García Bogliano
Madrid, 1980. Raised in Argentina. An indie filmmaker, he is one of the main persons responsible for the emergence of genre films in his country thanks to movies like Cold Sweat (10) or Here Comes the Devil (12).
Edition: 2012 Section: Fantàstic Panorama Original language: