Néstor Sánchez Sotelo
Daniel De la Vega
Alberto Fasce, Gonzalo Ventura
Moro Anghileri, Diego Cremonesi, Lautaro Delgado Tymruk, Osmar Nuñez, Gerardo Romano, Osvaldo Santoro
Daniel De la Vega, Néstor Sánchez Sotelo
Martín Blousson, Daniel De la Vega, Guille Gatti
DEL TORO FILMS
One dark night, Cecilia and her young son Martín are in a terrible car accident. Three days later, she wanders along a lonely road, her son nowhere in sight. As she desperately looks for her child, Cecilia can’t remember what happened during her missing time. Eventually, the distraught mother finds parallels to her case in police files, linking to a brutal killer on the loose. The mysteries grow when Cecilia encounters a “religious man” responsible for the unsolved murders. To her, he is a lunatic. To him, Cecilia is the enemy…
Since its early days, Fantasia has been championing Spanish-language horror, and lately we’ve been on a South America kick. Knocking them out of the park each time at bat is the Argentinean company Del Toro Films, who brought Fantasia WHITE COFFIN (2016), DEAD MAN TELLS HIS OWN TALE (2017) and last’s year’s supernatural stunner THE FUNERAL HOME. The Del Toro productions are marked by twisty storylines, atmospheric direction and remarkable performances. Now WHITE COFFIN’s Daniel de la Vega returns with the unique ON THE 3RD DAY, a bloody horror mystery based on a novel by co-writer Gonzalo Ventura. As the anguished, memory-impaired mom, the excellent Mariana Anghileri drives the homage-sprinkled narrative to its breathless conclusion. It would be a disservice to explain more of de la Vega’s suspenseful plot than what’s stated above because you will never guess the final act’s revelation. But trust us: You’ll be talking about ON THE 3RD DAY for days to come! – Tony Timpone
Two hearing-impaired women fall prey to a charismatic murderer in this breathtaking thriller with impeccable sound design.
Mikhael Bassilli, Luc Walpoth
A crackling thriller and a study of desperate people in a desperate situation, BABY MONEY delivers in so many ways.
This extraordinary neo-Noir is a blisteringly tense road movie into hell that plays like a home-invasion thriller set largely in a moving car.