La escalera de caracol


La escalera de caracol
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Film La escalera de caracol is a film staple that you can't stop seeing.
The film hit theaters in year 1975 with great success.
Both the leads and supporting actors (Jacqueline Bisset, Christopher Plummer, John Phillip Law, Sam Wanamaker, Mildred Dunnock) do an excellent job.

Film directors are very important in each creation and it is because the work they do is one of the hardest and most sacrificed in the project. This time it was Peter Collinson who suffered while enjoying this experience.
If you want to know the end you will have to go through 85 min. wonderful.
United Kingdom it has been the country that has given us this great movie.

It is not easy to make the story understood through a script, that all the elements of the film fit together and here you can see the hard work of Chris Bryant, Chris Bryant, Allan Scott, Mel Dinelli, Ethel Lina White.
The production companies are betting on certain stories that they will later turn into movies and, without a doubt, Raven Films has been completely right with this one.
With a great professional career, we find David Lindup who, together with a great team, have been in charge of putting music to the feature film.

A director of photography is in charge of deciding what part of the scenery they are interested in capturing and from what angle. In this case, the person in charge of this important role has been Ken Hodges.
The genre of Terror is one of the most widely used in film and this is because it tends to work well with audiences.


Critics La escalera de caracol

It's Helen! 'Pedestrian' ... Your name is remake. Slow, anemic, without participation
Even the actors looked bored. A little boring. Much better to see the original
What's wrong with Helen? Can't say ... Ridiculous plot, stupid dialogue, Christopher Plummer deserves better material. A spooky banal that can't be compared to the 1945 original
no tolerance to imperfection. A remake of here today, tomorrow disappeared from the 1970s with a well-deserved darkness. Pretty boring
In The Spiral Staircase, no one can hear Helen scream. A LANE OF MEMORY TRAVEL. A great way to pass the time!
Mediocre remake plays like a TV movie
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