This Is The Most Terrifying, Disturbing Movie You Will See Today

My favourite actor died today, which makes me truly sad. He's Spanish, so you probably don't know him, even while he got an Emmy in 1972 for this short: The Telephone Box, a frightening tale with a shocking ending.

His name is José Luis López Vázquez. And even while he looks like the most common of the Spaniards, his talent and method knew no boundaries. I have it up there with Stewart, Newman, Brando, Lemmon, Guinness, Olivier and the rest of greatest ever. Maybe it is because I'm too much of a movie freak, maybe it's because he's an important part of my life, but when I learnt that he died today, I instantly got teary. Still are writing these lines.

This short film, directed by Antonio Mercero, is one of this best jobs. A tale of a man who gets trapped in a telephone booth — nothing to do with the charming, decaying pay phones on 3rd Avenue — and can't go out, until something happens.

If you have 30 minutes free today, watch it. And make whatever you want out of it. A sharp criticism against modernism, the cold nature of society, the isolation of humans, the cruelty of society...or just a horror film that will surprise you at the end.

You won't regret it.

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