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Pelicula que pude revisar y ver por primera vez por mi curso de cine.
Gracias a ello, pude analizarla rigurosamente y verificar que es una copia barata de otras peliculas de terror clasico de Hitchcock, Carpenter y Argento.
Siguiendo la linea, fue muy poco arriesgada a pesar de que fue la primera pelicula del genero en nuestro pais.
The first Chilean movie I watched and quite good actually.
I watched it because it's a Chilean movie and my sweetheart is chilean.
This film wasn't what I expected thought it would be about a black man with a steady job and a career. Because we all know thats a real horror movie
[i]Ángel Negro[/i] is a Chilean horror flick from writer / director Jorge Olguín - this is his first full length feature. The plot of this rather formulaic slasher tells the tale of a teen coming back from the dead to get revenge on all of those who played a role in her death.
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