Rock, Paper and Scissors
Directed by Martín Blousson, Macarena García Lenzi
Jesus and Jose Maria are siblings living in a closed-off world constructed of strange games and relentless madness. When their half-sister Magdalena returns home to inquire about her share of their inheritance, a strange and bloody affair ensues.
When Magdalena returns home to confront her half-siblings about their inheritance, the stage is set for a family reunion both bloody and brilliant.
Cast: Agustina Cerviño, Valeria Giorcelli, Pablo Sigal
It's worth the watch, but narrative seems to confuse itself in trying to be more ... artistic? Philosophical? Creepy, but didn't pack the punch I was hoping for.
A slow burning psychological thriller with a bit of bloodiness. The problem is that the effort to imbue a surreal tone, the plot gets thrown in a blender and it becomes tedious. I gave it the extra star because the aesthetic was appealing.
My first impression was to skip this movie. After forcing myself to watch it, I can’t recommend this. The best part of the movie is when it ends lol
That is one creepy movie. I liked it!!
Definitely understand the Misery concept, wish there was more to it and not all the drama happening towards the end.