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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 11.22.12] Spain thriller

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A few months ago a trailer emerged for Jorge Torregrossa's The End (Fin). It's not that the trailer was bad, quite the contrary it suggested some good things, a mix of drama, adventure and end of world doom and gloom, but it seems that one of the major reasons the project, from a little known director best known in his native country as a TV director, was garnering so much attention from international sites, is the fact that it's written by Jorge Guerricaechevarria of Cell 211 fame and The Orphanage's Sergio G. Sanchez. That's some solid DNA.

It certainly sounds like a good thriller with a little something for everyone:


A group of old friends get together for a weekend in a mountain cabin. Years have gone by and yet nothing seems to have changed between them. But lurking behind the laughter and stories is a murky episode from the past that continues to haunt them. A strange, sudden incident alters their plans, leaving them stranded and with no line of communication to the outside world. On their way for help, the group starts to disintegrate, just as a new natural order is unveiled before their astonished eyes.

We'll have to wait and see if this manages to cross the waters, it will likely be next year if at all, but The End is scheduled for Spanish release on Friday, November 23. The new trailer is a little more mysterious than the first but offers some new footage which shows the craziness that unfolds.


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