Remote spine chillers are frequently shocking diamonds that can without much of a stretch put Hollywood creations to disgrace. On account of The Hidden Face, that is a fairly intense articulation, notwithstanding it wouldn't be an embellishment to state that it's a Spanish generation deserving of any positive investigate.
Strange and anguishing are two words that could superbly depict The Hidden Face. Beginning off with a delicate piano music that goes with the motion picture all through, chief Andrés Baiz offers noteworthy snapshots of tension and misery, as the lead characters confront their shortcomings, fears and moral predicaments.
The Hidden Face unwinds the narrative of thirty-something-year-old maestro Adrián (Quim Gutiérrez) and bargains his inward fight to get over his sudden separation with his better half Belén (Clara Lago). In the wake of moving together from Spain to Bogotá, Colombia a couple of mistaken assumptions and spats begin disturbing the couple, which will in the long run outcome in Belén leaving Adrian out of the blue. Crushed and lost, the youthful maestro swings to server Fabiana (Martina García) for comfort and eventually their crisp relationship gets off to a decent begin.
At the point when Fabiana races to move into Adrián's enormous, disconnected house in the farmland of Bogotá, some unusual episodes show up. Interesting swells start to shape in the water and abnormal commotions are originating from the funnels. Despite the fact that these episodes are neither extraordinary nor spooky, Fabiana tries truly difficult to influence us to trust that she is to a great degree frightened.
Her misrepresenting responses and Adrian's consistent correspondence with two criminologists who are examining Belén's vanishing start to bring up a great deal of issues. It is a phantom that is living inside the corroded channels? Would it be able to be that Adrian isn't that crushed from losing his better half so abruptly considering he may be the one to have executed her? Is Fabiana quite recently insane or will Adrián in the end wake up from an awful dream? Furthermore, what truly happened to Belén?
As the story advances, the secret behind the commotions and the unexplained swells develops, yet the watchers' advantage may confront a discernible decrease. In spite of the fact that the inquiries above are addressed rather rapidly in the motion picture and the puzzle is eventually unraveled inside the principal a large portion of, The Hidden Face develops from a tension spine chiller to a horrifying dramatization. For the unwavering thriller fans that may sound somewhat demoralizing, however the story unfurls in a grasping way that won't let you down effortlessly. The storyline unquestionably gets a handle on the watchers' consideration and it is hard not to envision the completion energetically.
The sentiments towards the characters adjust all through the motion picture. At to begin with, Adrián appears like a frightening introvert who conceivably conceals a ton of dim insider facts, while Fabiana comes as a sweet and minding young lady. Bit by bit, he turns out to be very amiable and incites sensitivity, while Fabiana gets bothering and disagreeable. These little bends in the characters' identities add an extremely intriguing flavor to the story and they surely keep the watcher's strict consideration.
With respect to Belén's character, I'll let you make sense of it yourselves, since that is most likely the best amazement that the film stows away.