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Movie / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller
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Directror :
Carlos Algara,Alejandro Martinez-Beltran
Cast :
Olga Segura,Sofía Garza,Arcelia Ramírez
Writer :
Carlos Algara,Tomas Nepomuceno
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1h 21min
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A female Psychologist who has stopped practicing medicine, decides to take the case of Veronica de la Serna, a young woman whose previous therapist has mysteriously disappeared.

Verónica (2017) online

Veronica (Spanish: Verónica) is a 2017 Spanish supernatural horror drama film directed by Paco Plaza. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. It is loosely based on true events from the 1991 Vallecas case where Estefanía Gutiérrez Lázaro died mysteriously after she used a ouija board. The film opens in 1991 in medias res, with emergency services responding to a call from a young girl.

Verónica is a teenage girl surpassed by the circumstances after her father died recently, her mother works in a bar all day and she must care for her three siblings, twin girls Lucía and Irene and the youngest Antoñito. She hid from her mother what has happened, Verónica starts to feel strange presences inside the house and fears that these ghosts are a threat to any of her siblings.

Putlocker: Watch Veronica (2017) online full and free now: Madrid, 1991. A teen girl finds herself besieged by an evil supernatural force after she played Ouija with two classmates.

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A middle aged recluse psychologist who has stopped practicing years ago decides to take the case of Veronica, a young woman who's treatment was mysteriously interrupted by the Psychologists old professor, who has disappeared. As a condition, the Psychologist requires Veronica to stay with her in her country house for the duration of the treatment. Here, they will both discover what lies behind their deepest secrets.
Credited cast:
Olga Segura Olga Segura - Veronica de la Serna
Sofía Garza Sofía Garza - Veronica's Mother
Arcelia Ramírez Arcelia Ramírez - The Psychologist
Horacio Castelo Horacio Castelo - Police Officer (scenes deleted)
Pablo Celorio Pablo Celorio - Alumno Extra 1
Ana Escobedo Ana Escobedo - Alumna Extra 11
Jorge Colín Jorge Colín - Alumno Extra 6
Tania Isabel Arroyo Tania Isabel Arroyo - Alumna Extra 7
Fernanda Salazar Fernanda Salazar - Alumna
Jimena Eslava Jimena Eslava - Alumna Extra 10
Isaac Rodhart Hernández Isaac Rodhart Hernández - Alumno Extra 16
Erick Arturo Peralta Erick Arturo Peralta - Alumno Extra 14
Alejandra Ortiz Alejandra Ortiz - Alumna Extra 8
Regina Eslava Regina Eslava - Alumna Extra 9
Ana Paola Eslava Ana Paola Eslava - Alumna Extra 4

The script was originally entitled "Expiacion" ("Atonement"), and it portrayed an all male cast (male Psychologist and male Patient).

The original ending of the script is different from the one in the actual final cut.

The police officer character named in the final credits of the film appeared in the original ending of the script, but was later cut out in editing.

The Spanish production of the same name, directed by Paco Plaza, opened in theaters in Spain on the same exact date that this Veronica opened in theaters in Mexico, on August 25th, 2017. Although, the two films have no connection between one another.

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During Guadalajara international film festival 2017, I had the opportunity to attend the screening of this movie.

In the film, we follow a reclusive psychologist living in a lonely cabin in the middle of the woods, that decides to take as a patient a seeming disturbed young woman, as the therapeutically sessions move forward a mystery of childhood traumas unravels

Now, that is a premise is not very often heard in Mexican cinema, this psychological thriller revives true hope in new stories and new themes for the Mexican film industry and most important to its audience.

Finally, I must mention that from a technical standpoint the movie is very good, shot in beautiful black & white and with excellent camera work.

Kudos to all the staff involved in the making of this film, for taking chances to bring something else to Mexican cinema.


Saw the movie in the Guadalajara Film Festival. I was awed by the twists and turns the plot offers.

A stubborn patient trying to outsmart the psychologist at every chance she gets. The seemingly steady plot takes brusque change of directions at every chance, until you find yourself deep in thought of the profound meaning of everything that is happening on screen.

When credits appeared, I was still deep in thought trying to get a grip of what was shown on the screen and how it wakes sensible feelings and emotions inside myself.

Very interesting, complex and revealing movie!!

Not often is Mexican cinema immersed in this type of thrillers. Excellent direction, script, and acting. Congratulations to all involved!


The movie is done in a beautiful way. The simple setting and it being black and white keeps one in the uncomfortable feeling which is perfect for this genre.

While the feeling of suspense remains for the whole movie one still has the feeling that one knows exactly how it ends. Yet at the end one still ends up getting a surprise and is satisfied that the movie ended up being not as simple as one expected.

Great acting as well. The two main actresses are fully in their characters and keep us watching by contributing to the psycho thriller with their acting.


Movies who play mostly in one location are not everyones cup of tea. In this case you have two female actors who have to figure stuff out. Of course there is more to it and the question is how much you are willing to give in to enjoy this movie. The pacing is not the best and there are some sexual themes in there (and some nudity as well).

But everything makes sense and it is tension filled. Performances are great too, even if and when you find some things annoying. Of course some behaviour may also seem questionable, but bear with it. Characters can be difficult and not everyone reacts the same. Also be aware there was another movie called Veronica that was more Horror specific than this one (I almost didn't watch this because I thought it was the other one - also spanish language), but more cliches and way more predictable too


Yeah, this was a great film. The storyline was... amazing & unexpected & twisted. It's brilliant! Watch it...


There is no way to talk about these movies, the two Veronicas, without spoilers. Interestingly enough, they share a common twist at the end. Plus, they are both weak before that point. I think this one in particular is weak due to the characters lacking depth and development. Given the minimal amount of characters in the film, the sin is dire. The plot has some holes on top of that. But the end, I think, is strong and interesting. The fact that the original screenplay had male characters and then they just switched their genders shows. The story is harder to believe as it was shot, perhaps because it is a very rare occurrence that needs a deeper explanation in the case of women, on account of how rare it is, in my opinion.


Technically this is a brilliant film. Only downfall is its analytic approach to the subject matter of duel personalities, which is a little dubious with unconvincing results.

What I did admire about the film is the use of black and white cinematography and the strong visuals it conveyed in minimal locations. There are moments of visual brilliance and the use of sound. The directors show great communications skills in the technical department, but as a whole lack a strong convincing story structure (which at times puzzled the hell out of me, which I kind of like due to the fact that it almost reminded me of David Lynch).

I found myself questioning a lot of aspects during the movie which was distracting. Most of those questions were somewhat answered by the end. By that stage I wasn't totally convinced and the characters had no empathy for the movie as a whole to succeed in gaining my attention.