The Promise 2005 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Carmen Maura, the premiere leading lady of the Spanish screen, has a field day with her role of a runaway housewife who hears murderous voices in this riveting psychological thriller. A tired marriage, the lack of affection of an insensible and aggressive husband, no children and fanatical religious practices are the pillars that maintain the tormented life of Gregoria (Carmen Maura, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown). One day a housepainter drops dead at her doorstep, but before his fatal moments, he lifts Gregoria’s spirits with a new hope and destiny by telling her of an idyllic village.
About The Promise (2005)
Carmen Maura, Ana Fernández, Juan Margallo, Santiago Barón, Evaristo Calvo,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
104 minutesDirector: Héctor Carré,
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