FICTION

'BLAME'

  • Genre: Psychological Horror
  • Year: 2005
  • Producer: Estudios Picasso (Telecinco) / Castelao Producciones (Filmax)
  • Duration: 74'

TV Movie, directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador in 2005 and shot by José Luis Alcaine, included in the Telecinco series 'Películas para no dormir' (Movies to Stay Awake). 'La Culpa' tells a disturbing story, set in Spain in the 1970s, where a young nurse and her daughter move into a house in which they have company of a mysterious presence.

 

This is a dark story of clandestine abortions and paranormal phenomena in 1970s Spain.

This is a dark story of clandestine abortions and paranormal phenomena in 1970s Spain.

The project pays tribute to the legendary series from the 1960s 'Historias para no dormir'.

Ana, a gynaecologist, who lives in a small town, combines her job at a health center with a private practise at home. When Gloria, a young nurse and single mother starts working at the same hospital, Ana takes her and her daughter Vicky in, in return for help at the private practise. Soon the doctor starts to feel attracted to the young nurse. But living together becomes difficult for the women when Gloria begins to feel uneasy about a number of strange events taking place at the house.

'La Culpa' is the second TV-movie of the series 'Películas para no dormir'.

'La Culpa' is the second TV-movie of the series 'Películas para no dormir'.

'La Culpa' is the second TV-movie of the Peliculas para no dormir series, consisting of six full-length films directed by several renowned directors and produced by Filmax and Estudios Picasso for Telecinco.

The project even has Narciso Ibañez Serrador as Editorial Coordinator and Director of this dark story of clandestine abortions and paranormal phenomena in 1970s Spain.

Cast: Nieve de Medina, Montse Mostaza, Alejandra Lorenzo, Mariana Cordero.
Direction: Narciso Ibáñez Serrador
Script: Luis Peñafiel (Based on a story by Luis Murillo)
Executive Producer: Julio Fernández, Santiago Gimeno, Aitor Montánchez.
Production Manager: Félix Rodríguez
Photography: José Luis Alcaine
Art Direction: Carlos Dorremochea
Music: Víctor Reyes
Editing: David Pinillos
Sound: Juan Borrell
Sound Editing: Charlie Schmukler
Costume Designer: María José Lebrero
Make-up: Belén López-Puigcerver

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