1943. In the midst of World War II, a serial murderer appears in the Blue Division, volunteer body of Spanish soldiers who fought on the Russian front with German troops. After finding the body of a Spanish soldier who has been stuck in the shoulder and has a knife inscription ("Look at God looking at you"), an investigation is initiated by the soldier in charge Arturo Andrade (Juan Diego Botto ), police inspector who takes the job with precision and professionalism, aided by Sergeant Estrada (Carmelo Gómez). They begin to suspect that behind this murder dark secrets of the past are hidden .
- Stars:Juan Diego Botto, Carmelo Gómez, Alex Spijksma, Adolfo Fernández, Víctor Clavijo, Andrés Gertrúdix, Antonio Mora, Jorge de Juan, Rafa Castejón, Javier Mejía, Francesc Orella, Sergi Calleja, Antanas Surgailis, Victor Novo Rey, Jordi Aguilar,
- Director:Gerardo Herrero,
- Writer:Nicolás Saad (adaptation), Ignacio del Valle (novel)
How do you find a murderer amidst the chaos, death and destruction of the Second World War? On the Russian Front in the harsh winter of 1943, a series of bodies, hideously mutilated and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Frozen Silence torrent reviews
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