SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
With a moderately basic thought, this Colombian thriller fabricates practically unendurable levels of Hitchcockian tension as a gathering of defective individuals get themselves rebuffed awfully for their oversights. Also, movie producer Baiz takes such a smooth, trendy approach that he draws us into the odyssey from every point of view, making it all the more nerve racking by the moment.
It’s set in the capital Bogota, where Adrian (Gutierrez) has moved from Spain to lead the ensemble. In any case, he’s battling with the way that his better half Belen (Lago) has essentially vanished, and as he flounders in his forlornness he succumbs to barmaid Fabiana (Garcia). When she visits to his nation home, she feels something isn’t exactly right. Furthermore, beyond any doubt enough, we slice back to months prior, when Belen got to be irritated by Adrian’s steady being a tease and plotted with the proprietor (Stewart) to keep an eye on him from a mystery room in the house. However, her arrangement didn’t go as expected, and now things are going to get a ton more awful.
The film is a heap of indications and recommendations that work together to make a radiantly harsh climate. There’s a snooping investigator and an alluring violinist sneaking around the edges, and the landowner has a Nazi past to make things significantly all the more interesting. In the interim, Baiz packs the film with dubious camera work, sudden shocks of thunder and haziness, an astutely flowery musical score, and even a pet canine that appears to comprehend things the characters don’t. Every one of this cooperates to darken the way that the story itself is somewhat shallow.
Beside the twisty altering, the film isn’t really that entangled. Also, the general population are genuinely one-note characters, in spite of the fact that the performing artists make them attractive and locks in. Best of all is the way both Belen and Fabiana accomplish something truly unpardonable, but then despite everything we pull for them. By differentiation, Gutierrez plays Adrian as a hapless person whose persevering moxie coincidentally causes all the disarray. As it were, this is a B-motion picture acting with top notch creation values. What’s more, by utilizing each trap as a part of the true to life book, movie producer Baiz has made a standout amongst the most charmingly offensive thrillers in years.