Tells the story of a man (Hugo Del Carril) obsessed with the woman he lost. This obsession leads him to an other woman (the haunting Laura Hidalgo) who resembles him his dead wife and pushes him to an obscure framework of deceit and ambition.
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The woman who died twice, seen in a 35 mm copy. Here is an example of classical cinema's coded language exteriorized in favor of a hypnotic driving, not just merely functional but especially expressive, with an intensity that verges on the illogical tragicity. A film that runs in two centripetal: memory's flow and the will of present, contrary suicidal desires that would inevitably collide. Por debajo de la muerte.