A journalist filming his 1st documentary when he meets CESAR MAYO, witness of the absolution of the murderer of his son. Cesar proposes that Iker film the preparation and execution of a ...
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Aryan is like every other lover, who finds the world a better place just because of that one person. Life takes a sudden twist when he is implicated of a serious crime which he didn't commit and Rajeev who comes as a savior in his life.
Traveling south to the coast through the remote Boanyoo Ranges, a group of friends encounter a stranger. Stopping to help they endure a shocking and unrelenting game of cat-and-mouse. They discover that nothing will ever be the same again.
Jonathan Neil Dixon
Louise Janelle Bartlett,
Berta, a girl that comes close to thirty, overwhelmed by work, decide to enter the theater, that place stopped in the time that seems to resist the voracity of the frantic present. There he... See full summary »
Abraham López Guerrero
Abraham López Guerrero,
Olivia López Marcos
A hard-working single mother and wife of a getaway driver who is about to be released is approached by an unassuming and gentle man, completely unaware though of his inscrutable and utterly impelling motives.
Antonio de la Torre,
A journalist filming his 1st documentary when he meets CESAR MAYO, witness of the absolution of the murderer of his son. Cesar proposes that Iker film the preparation and execution of a revenge killing. Iker accepts with the goal of filming the preparation, but of stopping the crime before it actually takes place. Iker investigates the case of the murdered youth and the strange circumstances surrounding it. Meanwhile Cesar fine tunes his plan to manipulate the penal code to eliminate or at least minimize any punishment for the crime he is planning, so as to show how justice is an illusion. As he designs the plan to avenge himself on Fabian Arias, the alleged killer of his son, he uses the penal code and his plans for a legal defense to decide the form, timing and manner in which he will carry out his version of Justice.