Apr 13, 2018 Release Date:
110 min Runtime:
Marrowbone, the first feature directed by Sergio G. Sanchez, strikes a up to date and very enjoyable chord. Set in 1969 America but filmed in Spain, it from the establishment recalls several added pictures made in Spain by Spanish or Mexican filmmakers: not just The Orphanage, which Sanchez wrote for director J.A. Bayona, but Alejandro Amenabar’s The Others and the Spanish Civil War-set ghost stories of Guillermo del Toro. (Tellingly, Marrowbone’s Alvaro Augustin has served as a producer as regards films by all three of these directors.) No moviegoer who loves on peak of one of those films should be disappointed by this one, a sumptuous symbol of various sorts of haunting set in what should be a seaside Eden. Scary passable to make laugh most genre buffs, it would furthermore take steps proficiently in art houses: If you were to go through and surgically surgically remove all trace of ghosts, you’d still have a drama skillfully worth seeing.
Also Known As:
O Segredo de Marrowbone | El secreto de Marrowbone | Le secret des Marrowbone | Το μυστικό των Μάρομποουν | Seseliu namai | Tajemnica Marrowbone | O Segredo de Marrowbone | Обитель теней
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