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The Body [DVD]
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Inspector Jaime is haunted by his own past which is dragged out of the shadows by the disappearance of a body from the morgue. On the case, Jaime must investigate how a corpse can vanish from its freezer and leave without a trace, the only witness being a guard left in a coma cause by indescribable fear. With his own nightmares driving him to despair, Jaime s only suspect is the dead body s widower, Alex, who maintains his innocence but struggles with inner demons that won t remain hidden. With a body on the loose and strange phenomena occurring, Jaime and Alex are intertwined in a horror that will leave you cold... From the producers of the haunting and unforgettable The Orphanage and Julia s Eyes .
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The performances by the actors were top notch especially the lead detective played by Jose Coronado.
This intelligent and very gripping movie made search for other works by the same director and I highly recommend his other thriller made in 2016 called ( Contratiempo....or The Invisible Guest ) as it also didn't disappoint regarding its haunting setting and acting.
Some good photography and incidental music give this a Hitchcockian vibe. Incidents in the investigation link well to flashbacks that illustrate the couple’s relationship and events leading up to her death. It catches a lot of noises and reflections that make the film tense and the watcher jumpy.
As it goes on, however, the plot becomes more farfetched and both the acting and music overwrought. Fair enough you are highly unlikely to guess the ending, but it involves the sort of conclusion that requires the one- character- who-knew- everything- all -along, to explain it in detail. That’s too much telling and not enough showing to make it a great film in any language.
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