A Psychological Thriller: Tin & Tina on Netflix
Tin & Tina, a psychological thriller focused on adoption, religion, and human relationships, debuted on Netflix on May 26th. The film, which runs for two hours and was filmed in an enigmatic city in Spain, has managed to terrify viewers who cannot stop recommending it on social media.
Lola (Milena Smith) and Adolfo (Jaime Lorente), a young couple, are shattered by an unexpected miscarriage on their wedding day. While trying to cope with the loss of their baby, they visit a nunnery where they meet Tin (Carlos González Morollón) and Tina (Anastasia Russo), two seven-year-old orphans who instantly captivate their hearts. Sor Asunción (Teresa Rabal) is responsible for the adoption process.
Rubin Stein directed the film, which was shot in Seville, Spain, in 2021. It was based on a short film of the same name, created by the same author in 2013. The atmosphere was inspired by Spain in the 1980s. Before it landed on Netflix, Tin & Tina was released in Spain on March 31, 2023.
Lorente, who starred in Elite and Money Heist, and Smith, who portrayed the investigative journalist in Snowman, are familiar faces to Netflix audiences. For Russo, it was her first jump to the cinema, and for Morollón, it was a significant role after appearing as one of the sons of the Spanish actor Santiago Segura in Father there is no more than one.
Tin & Tina has climbed to the top of Netflix rankings in Argentina, where it’s currently in second place, only behind Blood and Gold, and ahead of 2 Hearts. Viewers tend to express their opinion about productions through social networks, and praise has been abundant for Tin & Tina.
One viewer wrote, “If you have a little time these days, I recommend watching Tin & Tina, which premiered on Netflix. An original horror thriller that manages to make you nervous and you can not look away.” Another user says, “Not since The Shining have I been so scared of twins.” A third person cautioned, “Freddy, Jason, Alien, the Blair Witch, the Nun, and all hell fall short for these two guys.”
In summary, Tin & Tina is an intriguing psychological thriller that if you have not seen it yet, we highly recommend you do. It will keep you on the edge of your seat while exploring themes of adoption, religion, and human relationships.