Verónica's hand remains on it, and at the moment of the eclipse, the cup shatters, cutting her finger and dripping blood onto the board. Verónica learns that it is important to say goodbye to the spirit at the end of the séance. "[12] Dennis Harvey of Variety, wrote that the film's ideas "aren’t ultimately original enough or its scares potent enough to suggest Plaza wouldn’t benefit from trying his directorial hand at someone else’s screenplay. After going to a party at Rosa's house, she asks Rosa and Diana to help her hold another séance, but they refuse. Verónica goes to Sister Death for advice; the nun tells of how she used to see dark spirits when she was younger, and intentionally blinded herself in an unsuccessful attempt to stop the visions. It is explained that the movie is based on the true events of the first police report in Spain where a police officer certifies having witnessed paranormal activity.ónica_(2017_Spanish_film)&oldid=981435557, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Spanish-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain (Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos), Best New Actress (Mejor Actriz Revelación), Best Original Screenplay (Mejor Guión Original), Aitor Berenguer, Gabriel Gutiérrez, Nicolas de Poulpiquet, Expediente La Película A.I.E., Apaches Entertainment, Best Original Score (Mejor Música Original), Best Special Effects (Mejores Efectos Especiales), The Platino Awards for Iberoamerican Cinema, Best Sound/Sound Effects - International Competition, This page was last edited on 2 October 2020, at 09:02. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. "[9], Jonathan Holland from The Hollywood Reporter gives a negative review of the film and wrote "The real horror in Veronica is not in the CGI visuals, or in Pablo Rosso's frantic cinematography, or in the aural bombardment of sound effects and music; it’s in the relationship between the children". [8], The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported a 90% approval rating from critics. El posible regreso de Verónica Castro al cine. "[13] Paul Tassi from Forbes magazine wrote "If I was scoring the movie myself I’d probably give it a 6 out of 10, “fresh,” but not exactly stunning. The true story behind 'Veronica', the scariest movie of all time! [3] It is loosely based on true events from the 1991 Vallecas case where Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro died mysteriously after she used a ouija board.[4]. A pesar de que la información sobre su regreso a la pantalla grande no ha sido confirmada por ella, Verónica Castro regresaría con el estreno de una nueva película. Verónica is a 15-year-old girl living with her mother and three siblings in an apartment in the working-class district of Vallecas, Madrid. The film opens in 1991 in medias res, with emergency services responding to a call from a young girl. The medics carry her and Antoñito out while a shaken detective observes the scene. Her house allegedly became haunted after her death according to the British music magazine NME. In the same magazine, director Paco Plaza says that he didn't feel bound to portray the real events, clarifying "...the whole story of Veronica and the sisters and Antoñito, this little Marlon Brando with glasses, it’s all a vision." Verónica becomes unresponsive, whispering something repeatedly that Rosa leans in to hear, and suddenly lets out a demonic scream. She is unable to eat her dinner, as if an invisible hand is preventing her. Si todavía no habéis visto Verónica, la última película dirigida por Paco Plaza, entendemos que todavía seguís durmiendo sin ningún sobresalto o ataque de terror nocturno. Her friends begin avoiding her. Madrid, 1991. She tries to help Lucia when the spirit chokes her, but Lucia says it was Verónica who was choking her. Y es que Verónica cuenta con la música original compuesta para la ocasión por Chucky Namanera (Los Cronocrímenes, Cenizo, Los Totenwackers...), pero también un par de sorpresas de una de las bandas de rock más importantes de nuestro país. [1] It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
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