The creepiest autopsy in the history of cinema is on cinemas starting today thanks to A Contracorriente Films. Prepare your guts and fasten your belts as The Autopsy of Jane won the Best Special Effects Awards at Molins Horror Film Festival 2016 for the work of Stephen Coren.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe llega a los cines

André Øvredal, director of Trollhunters is offering The Autopsy of Jane Doe. In this mixture of thriller and horror film, two forensic experts examine a murder victim that shows no visible death causes. They start finding out the secrets surrounding this weird case.

This annoying film is starred by Emile Hirsch along with acting legend Brian Cox. No doubt, the cast is at the same quality level as any Hollywood super production.

This feature film does not want to out-stand with spectacular special effects; rather, it looks for the transcendental connection between death and life. There is something awaiting at just a wink and it can come out at any moment. Moreover, the film takes the audience into the atmosphere of the morgue: a cold place where loss can be breathed. The Autopsy of Jane Doe has been one of the best horror feature films of 2016 because of its visual elegance and its attractive depth.

TECHNICAL DETAILS:
Original title: The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Year: 2016
Nationality: UK
Director: André Øvredal
Screenplay: Ian B. Goldberg y Richard Naing
Cast: Emile Hirsch, Brian Cox, Ophelia Lovibond, Michael McElhatton, Parker Sawyers, Jane Perry, Yves O’Hara, Adrian Palmer, Mark Badham

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The Autopsy of Jane Doe in cinemas

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