The Body

A woman’s body disappears mysteriously from the morgue without a trace. Police inspector Jaime Peña investigates the strange occurrence with the help of Álex Ulloa, the widower of the missing woman.
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Film Cast:

  • Jaime Peña: Jose Coronado
  • Álex Ulloa: Hugo Silva
  • Mayka Villaverde: Belén Rueda
  • Carla: Aura Garrido
  • Dra. Tapia: Cristina Plazas
  • Gloria Villaverde: Montse Guallar
  • Patricia: Nausicaa Bonnín
  • Vigilante Ángel Torres: Miquel Gelabert
  • Agente Mateos: Oriol Vila
  • Erica Ulloa: Carlota Olcina
  • Agente Norma: Patrícia Bargalló
  • César Stevens: Ahmed Adel
  • Luna Villaverde: Mia Esteve
  • Ruth (as Silvia Aranda): Sílvia Aranda
  • Agente Carlos: Manel Dueso
  • Agente 3 (uncredited): Pere Brasó
  • Agente 4 (uncredited): Albert López-Murtra
  • Agente Científica (uncredited): Paco Moreno
  • Enfermera UCI (uncredited): Aida Oset
  • Oficial UCI (uncredited): Jordi Planas
  • Eva (uncredited): Aina Planas
  • Hombre restaurante Arabesco (uncredited): Bert Palmen
  • Ágente de transporte (uncredited): Camilo García
  • Agente Pablo: Juan Pablo Shuk

Film Crew:

  • Production Sound Mixer: Albert Manera
  • Makeup Artist: Caitlin Acheson
  • Hairstylist: Mara Collazo
  • Producer: Mar Targarona
  • Director of Photography: Óscar Faura
  • Costume Design: Maria Reyes
  • Original Music Composer: Sergio Moure
  • Producer: Mercedes Gamero
  • Production Design: Balter Gallart
  • Writer: Oriol Paulo
  • Producer: Joaquín Padró
  • Producer: Mikel Lejarza
  • Editor: Joan Manel Vilaseca
  • Writer: Lara Sendim
  • Casting: Andrés Cuenca
  • Casting: Tonucha Vidal
  • Art Direction: Dídac Bono
  • Set Decoration: Nuria Muni
  • Post Production Supervisor: Mariano Liwski
  • Unit Production Manager: Albert Roca
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: David Calleja
  • Sound Mixer: Óscar Grau
  • Foley Artist: Manuel Carrión
  • Dolby Consultant: Jaume Puig
  • Sound Recordist: Josep Prieto
  • Dialogue Editor: Laura Díez Mora
  • Sound Effects Editor: Marc Bech
  • Sound Assistant: Oriol Tarragó
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Lluís Rivera
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Lluís Castells
  • Steadicam Operator: Ramón Sánchez
  • Still Photographer: Quim Vives
  • Set Costumer: Anna Izquierdo
  • Music Editor: Roberto Herrador
  • Script Supervisor: Glòria Blanes
  • Script Supervisor: Anna Vilà
  • Boom Operator: Biel Cabré
  • Special Effects: Josep Claret
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Berta Coderch
  • Makeup Effects: Montse Ribé
  • Executive Producer: José Torrescusa
  • Makeup Effects: David Martí
  • Production Manager: Reyes Matabuena
  • Special Effects Technician: Sergi Subirà
  • Sound Assistant: Pol Fernández
  • Associate Producer: Laura Rubirola
  • First Assistant Director: Daniela Forn
  • Delegated Producer: Oriol Sala-Patau
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Anna Pons
  • Second Assistant Director: Olga Pujalte López
  • Set Dresser: Alger Civis
  • Set Dresser: Carlos Grané
  • Second Assistant Director: Víctor Cuadrado
  • Assistant Property Master: Mireia Cama Julià
  • Set Dresser: Joxean Goya
  • Storyboard Artist: Alexis Fibla
  • Storyboard Artist: Albert Rodríguez Modolell
  • CG Artist: Alvaro Gasco
  • Digital Compositor: Eloi Bartolomé
  • Digital Compositor: Daniel López-Izquierdo

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > What if your plan is a small part of someone’s big.

    I wanted this film since it was out, only now I managed to see it. I haven’t seen so many Spanish films as I did for French and German. I don’t want to get disappointed, so I’m choosy and that is how it got delayed. That is the another reason why you don’t see my low rated (‘bad’ and ‘ignore’ in my verdict) movie reviews. I don’t want to waste my time to review bad films. Better late than never, and now, I don’t regret for the wait. Anyway, the film was good, I enjoyed it and I wanted it to be one of my favourite from the year it got released, but a few things stopped me to consider that.

    Okay, first of all, it was a casual start like any thriller flick. Slowly letting us know what it’s all about, introducing the characters in order in a simple manner and then intense suspense emerges. The pace picks up when more and more puzzle pieces dropped on-board. By then, as a viewer you would begin to figure it out, applying theories you got. But it’s not that easy to crack, because the film is not that stupid to give away any hints. Nowadays a certain section audience is a little extra cautious, especially since ‘The Sixth Sense’ and ‘The Shawshank Redemption’. So this narration carefully maintains the tense parts.

    > “I close my eyes and you’re still with me.”

    Not until the film reaches the final act, where the twist happens and you will realise that you were nowhere near. Because the first two acts and the final were totally parted in narration except connected with the characters. The entire film revolves around a disappearance of a dead body from a morgue. The husband of the dead woman, a cop and others tries to solve the mystery in an overnight. And a few flashback pieces give us the necessity stories when the ongoing situation getting more tense.

    I thought ‘Gone Girl’ was inspired by the first half of this film. After a little research I got to know that movie was based on the book of the same name that released around the same date when this film came out. But a very similar one, only the finale diverted to the other path and so the meaning of whole film changed. As a movie fanatic, I had collected some flaws for my review, but the movie took till the final dialogue to keep it that way and then solved it, leaving me empty handed.

    So there are no second and third thoughts about the end, because that was separated from the rest of the movie and very clear to declare what has to be done. That means you don’t have to go looking for defects, other than accepting as it is. The only choice you have to make is to express whether you liked the movie or not. And like I said in the first paragraph I enjoyed the film, but not the favourite one and I believe I explained the reason for that in other paragraphs. I absolutely recommend it for those who are looking for a suspense-thriller.

    8/10

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