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Critic Reviews for Verónica
Just kooky enough to warrant more than a few grins, Aylesworth and Perez do something that hasn't been done before. Thrilling and radical, the two combine forces to inject a pattern of delightful risk in the sequences of events.
If Plaza's pileup of post-Exorcist tropes works, it's because Escacena creates a fully inhabited (in both senses of the word) character who we want to see escape her deadly circumstances.
By playing the real off the surreal, Veronica finds an often chilling middle ground.
At times the film presents a certain pedantry: it would seem the presumption of a highschooler with his mates, whom he thinks will impress by quoting Freud and Plato. [Full review in Spanish]
Repeats over and over again what is expected of a psychological thriller, there's no mystery, only the small disenchantment of repetition. [Full review in Spanish]
As the doctor interrogates her patient's buried past, the relationship between these very different women - one young and erotically charged, the other middle-aged and sexually repressed - becomes defined by projection, transference and role play.
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