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Overall 6

Creepy goings on

RJNeb2, play.com
13 November 2012
  • Conclusion: Spanish director Fresnadillo knows how to create a creepy atmosphere, with two children, one in Madrid, one in London, sharing the same nightmare of a faceless man entering their bedroom at night. And he gets to spin a couple of unnerving scenarios out of this faintly silly premise. But as the plot unravels and the pieces start fitting together, it stops being faintly silly and goes for downright silly instead.
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Overall 6


rbmusicman, play.com
7 June 2012
  • Conclusion: the film tells the tale of two familys who's children have repeated nightmares of an intruder with no face. in 'spain' a priest trys to help the mother and her son resolve the issue. in england, the daughters nightmares becomes a reality, but for who ?
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Overall 10

User Review

unknown, OutNow.CH
3 June 2012
  • Summary: Oder: Wer hat Angst vor dem schwarzen Mann? Vollgas! In Madrid hat der kleine Juan (Izan Corchero) schauderhafte Albträume. Nacht für Nacht erwacht er schweissgebadet und erzählt seiner Mutter von einem gesichtslosen Dämon, der in sein Zimmer kommt, um sein Gesicht zu stehlen. Auch Pater Antonio (Daniel Brühl), der hinzugezogen wird, weiss keinen Ausweg. Denn nicht nur der Junge scheint den Dämon zu sehen, sondern inzwischen auch seine Mutter.
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