The complicated story of a successful young businessman who wants to prove the innocence of Oriol Paulo’s murder confirms the director’s position as the producer of the still, cleverly designed contemporary thriller.
A twist, a car accident on the back road alone, triggers a mass of wear and tear on the follow-up to The Body, a follow-up to The Oriental Paulo’s satisfactorily thriller The Invisible Guest. Paulo may be able to take care of them by chance in such a way as reacting to the sliding reality, adultery, and reaction to controlling the lives of arrogant, powerful people, but the viewer is much more interested in being engaged and breathing. This really does very well. But in the most perverse film on this film, psychological depth is not as visible as a meticulous guest.