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The Unburied
The Unburied Corpse

Argentina 2020
produced by
Alejandro Cohen Arazi, Valentín Javier Diment, Vanesa Pagani
directed by Alejandro Cohen Arazi
starring Demián Salomón, Héctor Alba, Fernando Miasnik, Mirta Busnelli, Pasta Dioguardi, Pablo Palacio, Carolina Marcovsky, Juan Pablo Cestaro, Sebastián Mogordoy, Diego Recalde, Marcelo Xicarts, Angie Gambetta, Federico Velasco, Viru, Gustavo Camelo Lopez, Sandro Mascolo, Facundo Mejías, Franco Scarpatti, Alejandro Cohen Arazi
written by Alejandro Cohen Arazi, music by Gustavo Ariel Pomeranec, Jerónimo Naranjo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Maximiliano (Demián Salomón) has grown up in an orphanage, a period in his life that has left many mental scars, but he has moved on from that, has become a successful psychiatrist and author, and if anything he's using his past as inspiration. And then he learns that his "father" - as in head of the orphanage - has died, and despite his reservations, he decides to pay his old hometown a visit for the funeral, also to resolve a few of his issues from childhood. And at first it's unexpectedly nice to see his "brothers" from back when, and he also manages to rekindle the fire with his old flame Anita (Carolina Marcovsky) - but after a while, things get weird, and not only because his old brothers don't fully trust him as they feel he has turned his back on them, and his best friend from back when, Héctor (Héctor Alba), pretty much insists to play alpha dog with him, there's also something much darker - which has to do with some rituals from his childhood he never understood, and the deceased father sitting around in the orphanage as if alive ...


Deliberately slowburn in approach, The Unburied is a rather fascinating piece of folk horror, one that's heavy on atmosphere, which goes hand in hand with never giving away more than absolutely necessary on a narrative level, aubmenting the feeling of unease, both for the protagonist and the audience. And some great locations and a strong ensemble cast really help making this one work.


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