Los Ángeles Times se hace eco de ‘La Pasajera’

El prestigioso diario, Los Ángeles Times, se hizo eco de nuestra película. Una muestra más de lo que está gustando nuestra comedia de terror en los EEUU. Además, en esta ocasión, tienen a bien nombrarme.

Extracto de L.A. Times:

‘The Passenger’

There are echoes of John Carpenter’s “The Thing” and “Big Trouble in Little China” in the Spanish horror-comedy “The Passenger,” a stylish first feature from co-directors Raúl Cerezo and Fernando González Gómez. Written by Luis Sánchez-Polack, the film stars Ramiro Blas as Blasco, a blustery ride-share driver who tests the nerves of his three latest passengers as he drives the women through the countryside, all while boasting chauvinistically about his bygone days as a matador and rock star. Then Blasco’s van smashes into a stranger in the darkness, and soon the driver and his fares become bonded in their fight against what turns out to be a shape-shifting alien.

The filmmakers are incredibly resourceful. While they shot “The Passenger” mostly in and around one beat-up old camper in the middle of nowhere, their movie is nevertheless suspenseful and funny, with a few good jolts and gore effects to satisfy fright fans. But the real key to this picture’s success is the character detail. Blasco in particular is no ordinary horror hero — or victim, for that matter. He’s a fast-talking eccentric, sometimes irritating and sometimes noble — like somebody who walked out of a Pedro Almodóvar film and ran smack into a monster movie.

‘The Passenger.’ In Spanish with English subtitles. Not rated. 1 hour, 30 minutes. Available on VOD.

Aquí el artículo completo: https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2022-07-01/beauty-netflix-jennifer-lopez-george-clooney-out-of-sight-college-admissions-scandal


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