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Sister of Mine

Demonios tus ojos

2017 / Spain, Colombia / 94 min / N-18
Total votes: 18, Average: 7.4
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Director(s) - Pedro Aguilera
Screenwriter(s) - Pedro Aguilera, Juan Carlos Sampedro
Actors - Ivana Baquero, Lucía Guerrero, Juan Pablo Shuk, Natalia Álvarez-Bilbao, Julio Perillán
Producer(s) - Pedro Aguilera, Cristina Gallego, Antonello Novellino, Jorge Manrique Behrens
Cinematographer - Miquel Prohens
Editor(s) -
Composer(s) - Richard Córdoba
Sales agent - Stray Dogs
Distributor -
Production company -
Dialogues - Spanish, English
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
Filmmaker Oliver is greying although still young, already tired – or even bitter? – through the recognizable pain of a career as a modern film auteur, but self-confident and energetic enough to follow his personal fascinations without too many moral scruples. One evening, Oliver is watching a video on a sex website and recognizes his half-sister Aurora. Some time later, Oliver looks her up for the first time in years. Aurora, a lively student living with her mother, is pleased by the attention from her charming, much older brother. Oliver becomes fascinated by his lovely sister as he tries to find out why she was in that film. He sets up a camera where he shouldn’t. Aurora becomes the object of his cinematographic experiments, and he watches things he shouldn’t – things he shouldn’t even want to see.

About Directors

Pedro Aguilera (b. 1978 in Spain).


"La influencia" (2007), "Shipwreck" (2010), "Sister of Mine" (2017, "Kino pavasaris").