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The Body (2012)

A detective searches for the body of a femme fatale which has gone missing from a morgue.

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  • Genre: Mystery | Thriller
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.01G
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 108
  • IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 64

The Synopsis for The Body (2012) 720p

In the middle of the night, a guard working the night shift at the morgue located deep in the woods has a terrible car accident, and as a result, he is now in a coma, suffering multiple skull injuries and fractures. But what made the guard panic and leave his post in the first place? Furthermore, according to the register, the body of Mayka Villaverde, a beautiful well-off businesswoman, is mysteriously missing from the morgue. Presumably, Mayka died of a heart attack, nevertheless, who signed the death certificate with the autopsy pending? In the end, when in forensic medicine the principle of: "every death is a homicide until proven otherwise" is a basic general rule, finding out who is behind this case shrouded in mystery is going to be an arduous task.


The Director and Players for The Body (2012) 720p

[Director]Oriol Paulo
[Role:]Belén Rueda
[Role:]Hugo Silva
[Role:]José Coronado


The Reviews for The Body (2012) 720p


Effective mystery let down by an OTT climaxReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 5/10

Mystery piles on mystery in this Hitchcockian Spanish film that's centred around the mysterious death of a wife whose body goes missing from the morgue. It's one of those films that's not just a whodunit, more maybe a 'whydunit', as the dogged detective struggle to figure out who might perform such an act and why.

The film was made by the team behind JULIA'S EYES - a movie which I absolutely loved - and for the most part it hits the mark. All of the "dark and stormy night" tropes and clichés are handled well, and there's a mischievous aspect to the narrative that keeps it fun. There are also more twists and turns than you'd expect even by genre standards, so that by the halfway mark you'll be thoroughly perplexed by the constant questions raised by the storyline.

What a shame, then, that the twist ending turns out to be so ridiculous given what's come before. I was expecting a solution at least part believable, but what we're handed here is a Scooby Doo-style resolution that could only happen in the movies; a solution so convoluted that it could never have a change of happening in real life. In short, I hated it, and it soured the whole experience for me; a shame given the strength of what comes before.

One of the best thrillers of cinema. Excellent!!!Reviewed byWaldenir SilvaVote: 10/10

Congratulations to Spanish cinema by presenting us with yet another thriller / mystery spectacular without showing explicit sex, as we have seen in some Spanish films. The movie is great! The way that every thriller should be: it leaves you lost, but arrives somewhere. And this place is beyond the obvious. The atmosphere of suspense and tension remains, and we are honored by the environment's main plot: nothing less than a morgue! The unwinding of the film is fantastic, amazing and high quality. The Spanish film hardly disappoints me. This one does not disappoint at any time. We watch unblinking eyes and is surprised as the quality of the excellent climate of suspense. The final part is amazing, leaves us with an open mouth and makes us wonder as was thought up this great script. Without blinking my grade is 10! Never has a movie surprised me as much as this in recent years.

Thanks again Spanish cinema!

Makes a puzzle out of watching...effective and contrivedReviewed bysecondtakeVote: 6/10

El Cuerpo (2012)

A twisty, clever, Spanish production that is edgy and sharp in its filming and conception. There is a corpse, and then there isn't—so who is doing what to whom in a kind of purposely convoluted whodunnit (and who didn't)? It works on a surface level and will suck you in and drag you along. For me, time after time, I was wishing it wasn't just a twist of some plot-writer's handbook at work.

The best parts of the film are really good—a solid cast, murky scenes (many of them in a morgue), hints of what happened that lead you astray, and even the "unreliable narrator" trick, which means you trust the lead character until you gradually realize you shouldn't have.

The constant shifting in the plot will thrill a lot of viewers. It's endlessly putting you on edge. But this ended up also undermining how to watch the film. It seemed that you were pushed outside of it and had to wait for the next turn of perspective. When that happens, it makes sense, basically, but it undermines what happened before. If the film was told truly from one person's perspective, the way (for example) James Stewart drives the narrative in the twisty "Vertigo," you'd excuse all the misunderstandings. But in this one the narration is omniscient, and playing games.

The other key thing that brought it down was a choice by the director to tell us everything instead of have it happen and let the audience experience it. You'll pick this up in the beginning when the main older doctor is led through the crime scene, and one clue after another is announced by some person coming in the room or wandering by. So we get the information, but in a form that is doesn't involve you as viscerally.

You'll see. It's all effective and contrived at the same time.

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