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Carta mortal (2003)



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Credited cast:
Aitana Sánchez-Gijón ... María
Alberto San Juan ... Rafa
Vicente Romero ... Miguel
Marc Martínez ... Fabián
Victòria Pagès Victòria Pagès ... Victoria
Mon Santiso Mon Santiso ... Presentador
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sílvia Abril
Sílvia Aranda Sílvia Aranda ... Carmen
Iván Avilés Iván Avilés
Manel Barceló ... Comisario
José Luis Barón José Luis Barón ... Agente de policía
Rocío Berenguer Rocío Berenguer
Jordi Blesa Jordi Blesa
Xavier Casan Xavier Casan ... (as Xavi Casan)
Roser Colillas Roser Colillas


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Crime | Drama







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9 December 2003 (Spain) See more »

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Aitana Sánchez-Gijón was seven months pregnant during filming, and the role was adjusted to suit her condition. See more »

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An average TV film which might appeal to some
26 December 2003 | by khatcher-2See all my reviews

Presented on Antena 3TV, a private TV company in Spain, this film is more or less standard fodder for this type of production. The premises are more or less acceptable and some of the performances are not bad, most notably, of course, that of Aitana Sánchez-Gijón. However, the whole does tend to be somewhat limited in concept, so tied it is to the uniformed style so inherent in TV films, so strictly observed, as if it had been made for USA consumption rather than home consumption.

The film opens in Macedonia, part of ex-Yugoslavia. Some soldiers are playing cards. But things get out of control and a local peasant woman is shot. Years later, back in Spain, one of them wants his revenge for having been sold as the culprit. Ms. Sánchez-Gijón is the police-detective involved in following up the trail of crime.

In approximately 90 minutes run-time the film evolves to set patterns, not without some interesting denouéments, such as how TV news programmes manipulate headline news in the interests of politicians. However, as to the rest, well, you have seen it before, except that in this case the taste is definitely Spanish, which, to many, will be somewhat exotic, I suppose.

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