Seven friends gather for dinner and decide to play a game in which all incoming messages and calls are issued for the whole group, prompting a series of revelations that gradually unravel her “normal” life.
Director: Lex de la Iglesia Writers: Lex de la Iglesia (Writer), Jorge Guerricaechevarra (Writer)
On the same night comes a red blood moon, some longtime friends gather for dinner: The group consists of the plastic surgeon Alfonso and his wife, the psychologist Eva, who are the hosts of the food; Attorney Antonio and his wife Ana; The taxi driver Eduardo and his young and youngest wife, white veterinarian; And finally Pepe, a former gym teacher in fact unemployed, who appears surprisingly without Luca, his youngest girlfriend. Motivated by Blanca, who suggests by the behaviors of some of them, she suggests a game in which all guests leave their phones on the table, always to tell them all the content of all text and voice messages. Starting as an innocent game, the gradual revelation of the secrets that appear provoke a series of increasingly dramatic events: Alfonso suspects Eva is having an affair, Ana mistakenly thinks Antonio is gay, White realizes One side Terrible in his marriage to Eduardo, and Pepe tries to stay hidden …
When a group of best friends gather during a lunar eclipse to share an intimate dinner at Eva and Antonio’s tasteful home, they suspect it’s just another typical night until the hostess offers a game. All guests must put their mobile phones on the table and read out all incoming messages and respond to all incoming phone calls in front of the entire group. What begins as a provocative party game quickly turns into a wild ride.
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