Películas para no dormir: La culpa (Blame (6 Films to Keep You Awake)) (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes

Películas para no dormir: La culpa (Blame (6 Films to Keep You Awake)) (2006)

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Originally produced as part of the Six Films to Keep You Awake horror series from Spain, Who Could Kill a Child? director Narciso Ibáñez Serrador's Blame follows a hospital nurse as she goes to work at a private clinic that isn't what it first appears to be. Ana is a respected gynecologist who works at the same hospital where Gloria is staffed as a nurse. In addition to working at the hospital, however, Ana also runs a private clinic out of her home. As fate would have it, the nurse who used to work at Ana's clinic has recently moved on, leaving open a space for Gloria should she choose to take it. Ana and Gloria have been close friends for quite some time, so when Ana invites Gloria and her daughter Vicky to move in as well it seems like a perfect fit for all involved. At first glance the clinic seems comfortable and cheerful, yet a closer look reveals that something sinister is alive within those open and airy walls. Just as Gloria settles in to her new abode, Ana drops a serious bombshell: The "private clinic" is actually a clandestine abortion clinic, a mysterious place where truth, pain, life, and death all exist simultaneously. Neither the patients nor the doctors here are ever truly alone, and by the time Gloria discovers the horrible secret that dwells in the room upstairs it's already far too late to turn back. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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This one is from the Collection of 6 films to keep you awake at night. When the single mother nurse Gloria (Montse Mostaza) has financial difficulties, her colleague and friend Dr. Ana Torres (Nieve de Medina) invites her to move with her six year-old daughter Vicky (Alejandra Lorenzo) to her old big house where she runs a gynecologic clinic. In return, Gloria would assist Ana in her clinic in the afternoons. Sooner Gloria finds that Ana dedicates to abortion in her clinic, and also that she is lesbian and has a crush on her. When Ana gets pregnant of her lover Javier, Ana proposes an abortion, and after more than three months, the reluctant Gloria accepts her offer with tragic consequences. The underrated "Películas Para No Dormir: La Culpa" is a macabre and very well constructed tale of guilty and madness with an intriguing screenplay with an unpleasant but realistic theme and a surprising plot point. The director Chicho explores the great cast (unknown in Brazil) and the characters are perfectly developed, with magnificent performances of Montse Mostaza, Nieve de Medina and the promising Alejandra Lorenzo. My vote is seven.. 3 1/2 stars 3-30-13

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