The Nameless (1999)

R   |    |  Drama, Horror, Mystery


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5 years after a mom's 6 y.o. girl is murdered, she gets a phone call from someone claiming to be the daughter. An ex cop and a reporter help. A secret group called The Nameless may be behind it all.


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  • Karra Elejalde and Emma Vilarasau in The Nameless (1999)
  • Tristán Ulloa in The Nameless (1999)
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  • Carlos Lasarte in The Nameless (1999)
  • Karra Elejalde and Emma Vilarasau in The Nameless (1999)

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22 July 2002 | Elfje
7
| Very very scary...
Rented this film with no expectations at all. For the largest part of the film I did not regret one second to have rented it. Well, perhaps because it was too scary... The way it is filmed and the music along with it makes it a very good thriller. This is a perfect example I believe of the difference between an American film and a European film. And in this case I definitely prefer the latter. The grim atmosphere and the constant pressure keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the whole movie. But unfortunately, all good things come to an end and in Los sin nombre, this is before the end of the film. I can't spoil anything of course, but I personally was very disappointed with the end of this film. It left me with an unsatisfied feeling.

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