Fuego

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  • 2014
  • 1 hr 39 min
  • 6.1  (266)

Fuego is a 2014 Spanish thriller drama directed by Luis Marías and starring Jose Coronado, Aida Folch, and Leyre Berrocal. The plot revolves around a retired and widowed firefighter, Retired Captain José (Jose Coronado), who is forced to confront his traumatic past when a little girl goes missing in his town. The story is set in a small town in Galicia, Spain, where everything seems to be peaceful and perfect except for the fact that the town is haunted by a traumatic past. As the plot unfolds, we see that Retired Captain José is haunted by the memories of a fire that took the lives of his wife and daughter. He isolates himself from the world and spends his days visiting his wife's grave, taking care of his granddaughter, and playing chess with his only friend, Jesús (Aitor Mazo).

One day, a little girl, Ana (Leyre Berrocal), goes missing in the town, and Retired Captain José is asked to join the search party. This triggers a series of events that force him to confront his past and face the demons that have been haunting him for years. The search for Ana brings him closer to her mother, Laura (Aida Folch), and her stepfather, Juan (Quim Gutiérrez), and he soon realizes that there is more to the story than meets the eye.

As he investigates the disappearance of Ana, he discovers that the town has been plagued by a series of mysterious fires, and there are many secrets buried beneath the surface. Retired Captain José becomes obsessed with solving the case and tries to uncover the truth behind the fires and the disappearance of Ana. He finds himself in a race against time to find Ana, unravel the mystery, and confront his past.

The movie is a slow burner that builds tension gradually as the story progresses. It is a character-driven drama that focuses on the psychological journey of Retired Captain José, and how he deals with his traumatic past. The movie explores themes of loss, grief, guilt, and redemption, and does so with sensitivity and depth.

The performances of the lead actors are top-notch, with Jose Coronado giving a nuanced and emotional performance as Retired Captain José. Aida Folch also delivers a powerful performance as Laura, Ana's mother, who is struggling to cope with the disappearance of her daughter. Leyre Berrocal is impressive in her role as Ana, the little girl who goes missing, and Quim Gutiérrez also gives a noteworthy performance as Juan, Laura's husband.

The cinematography is beautiful, with the movie capturing the serene beauty of Galicia in all its glory. The director Luis Marías creates a haunting and atmospheric film that keeps the audience captivated throughout the runtime.

Overall, Fuego is a gripping and impactful movie that tells a poignant story about loss, grief, and redemption. It is a must-watch for anyone who enjoys character-driven dramas and psychological thrillers. The movie will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end, and the resolution of the mystery is sure to leave you satisfied.

Fuego is a 2014 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 39 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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  • Release Date
    2014
  • Runtime
    1 hr 39 min
  • IMDB Rating
    6.1  (266)