A suspense police thriller is positioned among the trends this week in the world of streaming. Everything you need to know about the film that fights for the top 3 with Café con aroma de mujer and La Reina del Flow.
Week after week, new productions become a trend in Netflix, giving users the opportunity to review the latest content. While in the world of series they lead woman-fragranced coffee Y The Queen of Flow, there are a film that occupies the place of the most viewed of the last days. The best part? lasts alone 90 minutes and here we tell you everything you need to know before seeing it.
Your title is Impúdica and is cataloged among suspenseful and emotional films. Released this year and suitable for people over 13, the plot revolves around the writer Grace Miller, an expert in discovering the motives of the homicides. However, one case touches him closely: the murder of his sister. His wealth of experience and the knowledge he has gathered from his work will become the tools to solve the mystery.
While the direction is in charge of Monika Mitchell, the script runs by Edithe Swensen, Donald Martin and Suzette Couture. However, it is worth noting that Brazen -its original name- is inspired by trapped, the novel of Nora Roberts. The truth is that specialized critics have not mentioned great virtues of the film. Despite this, users of the subscription service seem to have been fascinated by this new feature film.
We will not give you spoilers! But you should know that its completely unexpected ending has become the focus of debate among those who have enjoyed its inclusion in the catalogue. To achieve this, the Impúdica team has tried to maintain the tension during the hour and a half that the story takes place. Is that the film could fit perfectly as a suspense police thriller.
Among the main attractions, the production has an important cast led by Alysaa Milan in the skin of Grace Miller, her performance being one of the most recommended points. They accompany her with their interpretations Sam Page, Emilie Ullerup, Matthew Aaron Finlan, Malachi Weir, Alison Araya, Colleen Wheeler, David Lewis, Daniel Diemar y Barry Levy.