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Frágiles [Blu-ray]

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Amy es una enfermera que comienza a trabajar en el Mercy Falls, un hospital infantil situado en la Isla de Wight (Gran Bretaña) y que ha de cerrar sus puertas después de cien años de servicio. Por daños en la estructura de las paredes del edificio los pacientes han de ser trasladados a otros hospitales en las próximas semanas.Es entonces cuando algo, no se sabe bien qué, intenta impedir que los pequeños pacientes abandonen el lugar. Ataques extraños, huesos rotos sin motivo aparente y la imagen de una figura moviéndose por los pasillos del hospital atemorizará a los niños y al personal del centro. Amy tendrá que proteger a sus pequeños pacientes sin saber quién es exactamente su enemigo.


Amy, una enfermera americana, llega a Mercy Falls para cubrir el turno de noche mientras se lleva a cabo la evacuación de los últimos niños a otros centros. Pero pronto detecta algo extraño en este hospital. Los niños están nerviosos, asustados, hablan de algo intangible, invisible, algo que no debería existir, algo lleno de dolor y de odio. Algo a lo que los niños llaman la niña mecánica. Y aseguran que vive arriba, en la segunda planta, la planta que fue clausurada hace más de cuarenta años.

Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Calista Flockhart, Richard Roxburgh, Elena Anaya, Gemma Jones, Colin McFarlane
  • Directores: Jaume Balagueró
  • Formato: Blu-ray, PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Catalán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Español (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtítulos: Inglés, Español
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 12 años
  • Estudio: Filmax Hvtp
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 14 dic 2010
  • Duración: 92 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • ASIN: B0053C8SJA
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Linda pelicula la e visto 3 veses me gusto mucho parecida ala pelicula dark touch que trabaja la misma niña
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Top Notch Ghost Story 12 de marzo de 2015
Por William Uchtman - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
If there’s one thing I really believe in, it’s that all actors should have at least one or two horror movies in their resume. I loved Nicole Kidman in “The Others,” and Christina Ricci in “Cursed,” so when I heard Calista Flockhart had starred in a haunted house movie called “Fragile,” I had to get this movie. She plays an American nurse studying in London who is called down to help close Mercy Falls Hospital on the Isle of Wight. Her character is played with a back story we never really learn anything about, but then we really don’t need to learn anything because once the movie starts moving forward, it runs forward so efficiently that it never once bogs down with exposition. The hospital Calista arrives at is old, outdated and falling apart, much like most stereotypical haunted sites, but she soon learns she is replacing a nurse who was scared so badly that she quit. In the children’s ward, she meets a distant young girl named Maggie (Yasmin Murphy) who gradually fills her in on the strange stories of the hospital. Actor Richard Roxburgh goes against playing a psychotic character for once, portraying the night physician, Dr. Richard Carey, one of the hospital staff members sympathetic to the plight of the kids, and slowly delving into the location’s past for the identity of the spirit. The kids are terrified by a presence they call Charlotte who is breaking their bones at night to keep them from leaving and is getting more dangerous as things keep progressing. Director Jaume Balaguero does an excellent job setting up the atmosphere and scares slowly at first and building up to a pitch where Calista’s character goes from suspicious to curious and gradually terrified as she realizes the children are in danger, rescuing Maggie from the top floor as the hospital seems to crumble around them. It’s everything a good haunted house movie should be; thick with atmosphere and light on the special effects with the highlights on the character performances rather than on the ghosts. Unfortunately, there is nothing here to appeal to the gore hounds who prefer blood and violence. “Fragile” is an intense intellectual ghost story with atmosphere, a strong cast and a top-notch plot that moves along briskly.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas good cast, okay film 9 de mayo de 2014
Por crabbiecarpie1 - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I like ghost stories, and I have seen a lot of them. There are certain patterns, rythms that most of them follow. This is good, I think,
(and this is just my opinion), when a writer and or director uses the conventions to surprise us, and totally mess up eveything we
thought was going on in the film. Given the quality of the entire cast of the film, everyone. including the child actors, I was really
hoping for something not just scary, but, at the far extreme, groundbreaking.
Unfortunately, this film was just too safe. It takes place in a hospital that is getting ready to close. Why it was still open to this
point, I don't know, but due to a disaster that filled up the other hospital. (this was supposed to be on the Isle of Wight. so maybe
there was only one other hospital in the area), they of course left the sick chidren there for a couple more days so that Calista
Flockhart's character could get a temp nursing job, and maybe find out what what the heck was so scary on that closed second
floor. That's not a spoiler, they mention the horribler second floor right away.
I guess it's good that if they weren't going to close the whole building. they at least closed that darned second floor.
Anyway, the film goes into familiar ghost story patterns. It feels as if the movie itself is a residual haunting, with darkness,
scary sounds, and secodary characters who die on cue.
I don't feel like the film had enough ghostly or horror effects, except maybe at the end, where what's happening is finally
There's a nod to "Don;t Look Up" with the two psychic women, a better film, though, I must say, I still don't quite get it.
Or "The Man with Two Brains."
Soooo, to wrap up, I upped the film a star because of the actors doing a good job through some bland material, and because
it did fufill its job of being a ghost story in the (very) classic sense.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Surprisingly Adept Ghost Story 21 de febrero de 2011
Por Carla M. Wimmers - Publicado en
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Fragile's most effective point is showcasing how different two people's idea of love can be. There's a stunning twist in the movie that makes the ending work very well. Calista Flockhart does a decent job as the leading protagonist Amy Nichols, managing and deliver on the role of a new nurse flung into a disastrous situation in the midst of moving a small wing of sick children from a dilapidated hospital to a different facility. Left alone as the night nurse after her predecessors sudden departure she's effectively as baffled and concerned as the audience as the supernatural elements build. While her over-acting on a few of the more emotionally intense scenes can get old, the genuinely frightening build of suspense and escalating violence of the situation keeps rightfully reclaiming the spotlight. It does feel like there's parts of the movie that were cut out for time or budget and I'd love to get my hands on some deleted scenes or a director's expiration of what was left out.

With a creepy location, slow building suspense, and relatively good acting, Fragile, was exactly what I wanted out of a ghost story. I watched this by downloading the rental last night and I must say I loved the price, the ease, and the simplicity of Amazon-on-Demand. It didn't take that long, with a few clicks everything was set up and by the time the husband and I were done bringing in groceries and had popcorn the movie was ready for us. I haven't been this genuinely pleased by a ghost story in a very long time. It's definitely worth the rental cost or purchase cost.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Charlotte's Web Of Horror... 30 de noviembre de 2012
Por Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
FRAGILE is another great ghost story / supernatural mystery (as in: THE RING, ORPHANAGE, DEVIL'S BACKBONE, etc.) story that delivers some nice twists and turns along w/ its shivers. Calista Flockhart is well-cast as the new night-nurse in a labyrinthine children's hospital. She soon finds herself in the middle of a terrifying ordeal, pitting her against her superiors, and taking her to the edge of her sanity. FRAGILE is packed w/ creepy situations and a gloriously thick atmosphere of dread. Highly recommended for the spook-obsessed...
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas HUSH HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE 16 de marzo de 2011
Por Michael Butts - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Finally the Fangoria Frightfest gets it right. Their latest collection of eight hasn't really been that impressive--until this eerie ghost story.
Relying on its creepy hospital setting and a well-crafted screenplay, FRAGILE spins a frightening tale of a spirit named Charlotte. Charlotte is not that sweet and she doesn't want anyone messing with her children.
Calista Flockhart is marvelous as Nurse Amy, who has her own personal demons, with good support from Richard Roxburgh and Gemma Jones.
I haven't seen THE HAUNTING or THE HUNGER yet, but so far FRAGILE is the best of the FRIGHTFEST.

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