In a Glass Cage (Tras el cristal) (1989)
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Critic Reviews for In a Glass Cage (Tras el cristal)
As creepy as they come, leaving a lingering chill that only time can warm
Villaronga's unsettling lyrical nightmare hasn't aged a bit; it stays in the mind long after more bloodthirsty recent horror flicks have faded away.
May not be for everyone, but it is certainly disturbing, powerful, and accomplished in what it sets out to do.
Call it a critical prejudice, but I say slap an outboard motor on that baby and you've got yourself a movie.
Not all movies need to be warm portraits of the best in humanity. But when the subject is the psychological dark side in man (or woman), there ought to be something insightful to mull over.
Audience Reviews for In a Glass Cage (Tras el cristal)
Dark and original. It may not serve a purpose, except to show you behind the walls of a psychopath or a complete monster.
I'm not sure what to write about this film except that it will most certainly not be for everyone. This very dark and disturbing film is not so much a horror film as it is an examination of the psychological within the evil cruelty of humanity. This is not an easy-going film experience, but there are some potent ideas expressed. And, there can be no denying the quality of the production. Dark, disturbing, uncomfortable and horrific -- Villaronga has made a film you will not be able to forget.
Harrowing, disturbing study is difficult to connect with since almost everybody in it is horrendously villainous.
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