Ángel negro (2000)

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A graduation beach party ends in tragedy when Angel dies. Ten years later, the survivors of the party are being killed off one by one.


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24 September 2006 | gccaro
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| Excellent new blood for new a terror!!
It's the first film of Jorge Olguin when he was a student of cinema in the university, with a budget of 25 thousand dollars managed to make this feature of terror, that is first in Chile. The plot is very similar to films of assassins with adolescents, very similar to the films like Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Urban Legend, etc… But the interesting thing, is that in spite of his ultra-lowbudget, it has much atmosphere and it is looked like films of Dario Argento. Without a doubt, Angel Negro, is plus "giallo" that slasher. The scenes filmed in B/N are formidable. It is a film violent and very melancholic, has a spirit very twisted, in spite of his low-budget, is filmed elegant, without a doubt it is an excellent new blood for new a terror!!

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Release Date:

2 November 2000

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Chile

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