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Andrea de Novi is a doctor who back University of Linza, in Salerma's island, for replacing María Ruiz after her suicide in an experiment to connect a human brain with a computer system by decode the phases of the dream using to a monkey called Orvil as subject of the test. Helped by the weird Dr. Diego Morán and Gabriel, María's son, Andrea begins to work but soon she suspects that something strange happens in the campus when Marquina, co-director of the project with Fernando Ulloa and Gerard Benedict, warns her for to left the experiment. Later Fer, Ulloa's son (who suffers autism), appears to warn her too noticing about a spider web, guiding to Andrea to a house in ruins in the middle of the forest. There Andrea stumbles with Marcos, one of the guards of the campus and old friend of her, who decides helps Andrea in her quest. She, Gabriel, Diego and Marcos leave the house and they find in a hidden cellar from a former scientist team. Finding a footage videos, they discover that the...Written by
... than a film ... the film that got made out of the script of course. Because it does start good. A mystery that can only be solved by a woman. And all that on an island, where some people try to find out about dreams.
But of course there might be more to that (have you seen something like this before? Probably, but if not, you can guess what's going to happen ... not all of it, but most of it) and there is ... much more! And that's were the flaw of this movie lies, it does play with the viewer/spectator of the (or whatever you want to call yourself if you (want to) watch this) movie! It really gets out of hand, in the end and although he connects the dots there, it still remains a mess that destroys the good idea somehow ... A shame then
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