A remote lakeside village hides an old and terrifying secret. One hundred years after the suicide of a woman named Morgana, a newcomer is confronted with the terrifying reality that the ...
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A remote lakeside village hides an old and terrifying secret. One hundred years after the suicide of a woman named Morgana, a newcomer is confronted with the terrifying reality that the lost soul is looking for new blood. This haunting thriller stars Siouzana Melikian, Lilia Aragon, Iran Castillo, Luis Felipe Tovar, Eugenio Becker.
This movie is great, but not suitable for fans of blood pools, piles of dismembered bodies, endless screaming, and crazy editing. If you watch 'Morgana' you have to think a little, and also be capable to enjoy its visual richness.
Horror here is subtle. If you do not speak Spanish, you will miss a lot about the story; anyway, if you like excellent cinematography you could give it a try.
Cinematography and settings are atmospheric and beautiful.
'Morgana' has nothing to do with Santo films or with soap (not soup) operas.
It was not produced by Televisa, but by don Gonzalo Elvira, a movie producer that knows his trade; just imagine, his family has been making successful films since the late 1930s.
Ramón Obón, the writer and director has a long experience in writing horror screenplays. In this movie, his references to Carlos Enrique Taboada's horror movies are frequent and suitable to the story.
After watching 'Morgana' in TV, I will definitely buy the DVD.
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