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Films about the contradictory nature of the Human evil in multiple and gorgeous, barroque, forms.
The Evil in the lamb skin, but with some ritual summoned to its very rooted nature.
The diverse word view and culture, but a unified plan designed by the unpredictable desire.
A new version of the crime and punishment structure, with the murder in the center of the universe.
The societal and military Evil and Horror, showing its full powers.
The fascist Hell in earth, with the incarnated devil(s) worshiped by his fellow men and women.
The quintessence of the supernatural evil as a fairy tale about innocence and childhood.
Historical Evil (represented by the spies) and the Metaphysical Evil (represented by the chance, bad lucky and death) crosses its paths.
In the deep recess of the mind, there are some scary monsters.
The Evil, captured in the television waves, was so strong that distorted the bodies.
The archived disturbed acts as a anthropological work of Art.