The Hidden Face

  • December 14, 2013 / 14:00
  • December 15, 2013 / 16:00

Director: Andrés Baiz
Genre: Thriller
Cast: Quim Gutierrez, Clara Lago, Martina García, Marcela Mar, Juan Alfonso Baptista, Alexandra Stewart, Humberto Dorado
Spain 97’, 2011, color
Spanish with Turkish subtitles

Written by director Andi Baiz Cali, the movie presents the story of Adrian, a master of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bogota, and his girlfriend Bethlehem. They seem to be very much in love, but when Bethlehem begins to doubt Adrian’s fidelity, she disappears without a trace. Afflicted, Adrian finds solace both in his music and in the arms of a beautiful maid, Fabiana. As the passion between them grows, questions about the mysterious disappearance of Bethlehem begin to surface.

The Hidden Face

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Trailer

The Hidden Face

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