Even the Wind Is Afraid

Even the Wind Is Afraid

This Mexican horror film concerns about a group of college students, led by Claudia (Alicia Bonet) who decide to investigate a local tower that has figured prominently in disturbing reoccurring dreams Claudia has been having. The dream also consists of a hanged woman's body. They are suspended from school for their antics, but Claudia learns from one of the female staff members that the person in the dream is a student who killed herself years before, and that the teacher has seen her ghost.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   haunting,   ghost,  

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Ahmed S (au) wrote: This is definitely the best Egyptian movie since a while now, a feature that surpasses the material its based on by every means, all thanks to a creative score by Hisham Nazih, top notch performances from its two leads and above all, the brilliant and unique direction from Marwan Hamed, who proves again that he's one of the best working Egyptian directors right now by re-imagining an unimaginable plot (relative to Egyptian standards). But one also has to point out the terrible visual effects and the sometimes unfitting editing that made the movie lose a lot of value as a cinematic experience. All in all, a terrific job from almost everyone involved with this movie made it a very satisfying one that provides us with a breath of fresh air for cinema in Egypt and specifically, the thriller genre.

Claire L (us) wrote: At the end of this movie, there is a little sentence about how the much money is spent on prescription drug ads, followed by "This film cost $190 Thousand." Let me just say you can tell. It felt awkward watching this because the movie lacked a solid soundtrack. At times it almost felt like watching a home movie. And I didn't feel like the plot moved at an acceptable speed. Katherine Heigl was lovely as always, but that was the highlight for me.

David S (it) wrote: This documentary is more of a semi intriguing character study rather than a film about Scrabble. The people who are the focus are very unique individuals who tend to have one focus in life, and that is competing for the champions at the National Scrabble Tournament. To refer to these men as obsessive would be an understatement, and the film shows them practicing what they do best. This documentary was interesting enough and worth a watch, but once was enough to satisfy me. There's not much going on that deems a second viewing necessary...

Richard H (jp) wrote: the two greatest comedy pairing ever but the film is actually not up to much

Gregory W (nl) wrote: interesting pshcological thriller.

loni N (ca) wrote: eh, i've heard the song. i know what happens.

Nicholas L (br) wrote: Such a feel good movie. Richard Gere dazzles in a role that nobody can replace. I have not seen the original Japanese version so there is no comparison to be made. But this American remake is funny, enthusiastic and not overly cheesy. I also like the fact that there is no extra marital story between the student and the teacher. Recommended for a Saturday evening.