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Director: Xavier Gens

Duration: 108 min

Quality: HD 720

Release: 2017

IMDb: 5.9

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Cold Skin 2017 film subtitrat hd in romana – Inainte de pornirea Primului Razboi Mondial, un tanar meteorolog se duce pe o insula izolata din zona de sud a Oceanului Atlantic pentru a lua locul precedentului meteorolog care a stat acolo si a murit intre timp. Singurul locuitor de pe acea insula este doar Gruner, cel care se ocupa de intretinerea farului si care nu il intampina deloc calduros pe baiat. Curand, tanarul meteorolog realizeaza faptul ca moartea predecesorului sau nu s-a produs in circumstantele descrise in mod oficial, ci ea a survenit ca urmare a invaziei unor creaturi din adancurile intunecate ale oceanului. Cold Skin 2017 film subtitrat hd in romana

Scenariu : Jesús Olmo, Eron Sheean

IMDB Rating : 5,9

Regizor(i) : Xavier Gens

Actori : Ray Stevenson, David Oakes, Aura Garrido

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The actors. invest their roles with conviction and craft, even if the story ultimately doesn’t quite reward such seriousness of approach.

It feels more like a consequence of cut-rate, copy-and-paste computer effects.

With a Lovecraftian slant, Cold Skin is a must-watch for fans of Xavier Gens films. This is yet another bleak film where the horror comes, not from the ‘monsters‘, but from man himself.

Although Cold Skin is entertaining, it has an excessively contained direction that does not take it anywhere. [Full Review in Spanish]

Cold Skin doesn’t know what to do with its subject matter. [Full Review in Spanish]

old Skin doesn’t have anywhere satisfying to go or anything fresh to say.

Chilly, restrained horror drama has a few surprises amid its familiar tropes.

Cold Skin” has similarities to “Shape of Water,” and the two films would make a neat double feature one day, highlighting a loopy film year where two directors really wanted to explore the highs and lows of humans having relationships with fishpeople.

Think of it as the darker flip(per)side to The Shape Of Water.

Cold Skin is a true genre masterpiece.

. a fun but failed film. [Full review in Spanish]

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COLD SKIN opens with scenes of a young man, whose name is Friend, on the deck of a tramp steamer bound, as we are to learn, for a remote island where he is to perform duties as a weather observer for a term of 12 months. The aged and worn Capt. of the clanking old vessel, Capt. Axel, chats with Friend on the deck with surprising kindness. Colorfully, Friend observes that the captain treats him with the felicitousness of the executioner for the condemned.

Almost immediately, we arrive at Friend’s island destination, an intensely desolate place with almost no vegetation, all volcanic rocks with a little sand. Incongruously perched like a wart on an otherwise featureless face, the small cabin Friend is to call home for the next 12 months squats not far from the shore, surrounded by the few constructs necessary to support Friend’s weather observation activities. A few sailors carry Friend’s meager belongings into the cabin which appears in a bit more disarray than one would expect. Friend is supposed to replace the existing weather observer, but the present occupant of the cabin is nowhere to be found.

Capt. Axel sends the sailors away and then he and Friend go to a lighthouse some distance away in hopes of questioning the lighthouse operator as to the whereabouts of the existing weather observer. Upon arriving at the lighthouse, we see a most unusual structure. The lighthouse and its immediate surrounds are bristling with sharp sticks and festooned with other such unwelcoming accoutrement at every possible point of attachment. No one answers the door even after much yelling and pounding at the door.

Breaking in, Friend and Capt. Axel discover the lighthouse operator upstairs, passed out naked, apparently from too much drink. Friend and Capt. Axel rouse the lighthouse operator who gives every indication of being exceptionally hostile and unstable. As for the missing weather observer, the only explanation they get from the lighthouse operator, who we learn is named Gruner, are some vague mumblings about his having died from disease.

Friend and Capt. Axel return to Friend’s own cabin where Capt. Axel attempts to dissuade Friend from remaining in this awful place just one final time. Friend refuses and the pair bid each other a pleasant farewell.

That very night, Friend hears someone or something moving about immediately outside his cabin. He tentatively calls out to who he assumes is Gruner, but there is no answer. Startlingly, a dark, gray-green webbed hand reaches probingly beneath the cabin door. Understandably horrified, Friend immediately and enthusiastically stabs it with a knife. And so Friend’s nightmare begins.

From the very first scene, COLD SKIN immediately impresses with its production values. The music is excellent and atmospheric, the cinematography is engaging and colorful with an almost Jules Vern-esque adventure feel, and the actors are colorful and well played. The special-effects/CGI are first-rate. The island setting is superbly appropriate for the subject matter and is so desolate it feels frightening just sitting there, doing nothing. So, for most aspects of its production, COLD SKIN gets a solid 10/10.

Unfortunately, and in my opinion most disappointingly, the entire thing falls flat due to a storyline that is utter unmitigated, illogical rubbish. The movie wishes to pile-drive us in the face with a morality tale about xenophobia, apparently, and is willing to corrupt its own storyline to the point of utter nonsense in order to do it. The net effect is a storyline that, if you think about it for more than 5 seconds, makes absolutely no sense.

Why are the fish-people willing to mindlessly throw themselves in mass attacks against the lighthouse night after night only to be killed by the score? What are they after? The land is not their domain of interest and even if it was there are no resources there as it is utterly barren. If it’s the fish-girl that’s keeping company with Gruner that’s attracting them, what’s so special about her? If the fish-girl is causing the attacks, does she not care that her brethren are being killed by the busload every night? Why do the fish-people only attack at night when it’s abundantly clear they’re perfectly happy to be out in the daylight? Why does Gruner say they fear the light when they obviously don’t? Why does the fish-girl want to keep company with humans who treat her like garbage? She’s not being held prisoner in any way and has access to the water whenever she wants. Why does Gruner, who has been working diligently to massacre them by the hundreds for the entire picture, suddenly walk out the door at the end and allow himself to be torn to pieces? I only stop here arbitrarily; this list could go on indefinitely.

Movies can be highly stylized to the point of apparent insanity (BRAZIL, THE 9TH CONFIGURATION, etc.) and still have perfectly functional stories with which to tell their morality tales without fundamentally trashing the basic mechanisms and properties of decent storytelling. In a movie, even apparent insanity has to be carefully crafted and constructed, controlled and sculpted. It can’t be shoveled out and thrown at the viewer like a monkey throwing poo at passersby at a zoo.

And, sadly, in its zeal to hit us over the head with its moral, that’s pretty much what COLD SKIN is like.

Update 2/21/2018: Some have suggested to me that a reading of the original book from which COLD SKIN is derived might clarify my many irritations with respect to the story. This is a wholly unsuitable suggestion for numerous reasons, though I will only name a few. Firstly, barring exigent circumstances, a movie should stand on its own and should not rely on information “not in evidence”. There are certain situations, such as the Star Wars franchise, where there are so many stories and sub-stories that make up the overall arc that are revealed in so many different kinds of media (animation, books, audio recordings, etc.) that one is obviously expected to explore these other elements to obtain the full sense of the franchise. COLD SKIN is not one of those circumstances. It is simply a poor story poorly expressed. If one MUST read the book to understand the movie, why see the movie?

I suffered enough with the movie and so, truthfully, I have not read the book. A friend of mine, however, has. I put some of the collection of questions I have regarding the overall story to my friend and she was not any more able to answer them than I was with the movie with the single exception of the question as to why the Sitauca (the formal name of the fish/frog/whatever people) incessantly attack the weatherman and the lighthouse keeper; it was for the warm meat. This of course makes obvious sense; innumerable hundreds of at least semi-sentient beings would obviously be willing to sacrifice themselves for only 2 food kills at best. Uh-Huh.

In short, the book form of COLD SKIN adds more, and I am told repetitive, detail but little if any more clarity. The story is a self-indulgence of an author that is primarily an anthropologist possessed of Deep Meanings he wishes to express. There are some 7.6 billion people in the world and it is inevitable that there will be a few who share the author’s peculiar brand of moral navel contemplation; others will be less impressed. Reading the book illuminates issues only for the predisposed.


This film will not be for everyone (hence the disappointing low rating). For starters, it’s almost an exact adaptation from the Spanish (Barcelona, Spain) award wining debut novel (translated to 37 languages) by Albert Sánchez Piñol, and directed almost perfectly by Frenchman Xavier Gens.

It is not your typical big-screen huge budget Hollywood action blockbuster with A-list actors, and thus should not be compared (as other reviews have) to The Shape of Water. Instead, it’s an artistic piece shot extremely well that was written by a Spaniard and presented by a Frenchman – definitely no Hollywood here.

The directing, cinematography, landscape, vfx/sfx and score where outstanding – near perfect. The actors (never heard of either) performed exceptionally well and were very convincing.

Yes, there were some avoidable obvious plot issues, which was disappointing considering how great the rest of the production was. However I’m thinking that it was an editing issue and cutting scenes to get the length down to 108 mins, of which considering the slow pace, I’d be complaining on the length, yet it didn’t feel that long. It could also be a screenplay adaptation issue from the two novice writers – they did squeeze in as much as they could from the novel, but maybe should have cut certain scenes shorter to fill in the blanks.

I’ve read some reviewers had questions about certain things that happened. Some of those issue are answered if you stop and think why this happened and/or dig a little deeper into the meaning. Others, you will need to read the book. I did, and have nothing to question, but do understand how others who didn’t read the book would have questions.

A very impressive film, unlike any other I have seen, and needs to be appreciated for what it is, and how is was shown. Would I recommend it or see it again? Absolutely. Had better screenwriters adapted the novel, this would have been a perfect 10/10. But still is a well deserved 8.5 rounded up to a 9/10 from me.

Wow! Have I been waiting for long to see something like this. Something different, better, something to entertain and not in that Hollywood style. And I got plenty of just that!

There is no point in trying to explain for too long, trust me when I say, this is one of the best horror movies out there, that don’t rely on scares, on violence, but on beauty! From the great surroundings, to the creatures, the fort, everything falls in great. It was one of the best experiences I had in years.

Therefore of course I will highly recommend Cold Skin, because it does nothing more than to intrigue and deliver. And by the end of it, you will even feel the cold!

Really novel story.

Great visuals , landscapes, music and photography – so what could go wrong?

The whole thing was obviously a morality tale about war and xenophobia and thats fine but the numerous plotholes and inconsistencies and unexplained-ness of the whole thing just made it look a bit silly and illogical.

Such a shame as it grabbed the viewer right from the beginning and had a superlative atmosphere but it became slightly tedious with the unexplained attacks (was it purely xenophobic fish people?) and the just plain weirdness of the sex scenes much like many movies try to shock these days rather than entertain and it does draw similarities with Shape Of Water but sadly it is just above average when it could have been a really great film!

I have always been a fan of sci-fi/speculative films that tend to have a minimal cast against the backdrop of an expansive setting. In this regard, Cold Skin is very reminiscent of Oblivion and Ex Machina. All these films had at most three main characters interacting with one another in an isolated but very vast picturesque location . The wide landscape serves to contrast with the localized affairs of these individuals. So the main hook for me was this setup.

Story-wise, the film tackles primarily two issues: isolation and xenophobia. Both the two male characters have escaped to the desolation of a lonely island having only two human establishments, a cottage and a lighthouse, in hope of running from some burden or repercussion they left behind in society.As such , they try to make the best they can out of mixing with each other and with a female of a native anthropomorphic aquatic species. In fact, I would say this is where the film comes very close in terms of plot point to Ex Machina, which also featured a very palpable tension in the relationship between the two male characters and the female robot. However, Ex Machina carried this storyline to a more concrete resolution. I felt as if Cold Skin didn’t try this hard enough and sort of rushed it up towards the film’s end. The topic of xenophobia is also brought up with the aquatic creatures clearly being stand ins for the natives of nations colonized by European Imperialism. The film tries to balance the views towards these creatures as both classical savages with an intent to kill the white man as well as natives trying to protect their homeland against colonialism.

Although I had never heard of the actors before, I was never a moment bored by the performances and the good pacing of the movie.

Overall, definitely a film to check out and one not deserving of the abysmally low rating on ImdB : 5.8/10 (as of the time of writing this review)

Cold Skin is being compared to The Shape of Water, merely because of the mermaid/merman angle.

But actually it would be more appropriately classified as a political allegory, akin to James Cameron’s Avatar.

The mermaids/mermen are akin to the Na’vi. The Ray Stevens character is akin to the Steven Lang character. The David Oakes character is akin to the Sam Worthington character.

The film’s chief weakness is logic. Much of the behavior of the mermaids/mermen makes little sense. For example, why do they even need to come onto land?

We’ve got “Shape of the Water”, then we got this even weirder “Cold Skin”. When the woman who made love to that creature in Shape of the Water, I felt quite uncomfortable, but when this movie showed guy in the light house fornicated with the weird female creature, I was so disgusted.

This is a seriously made movie but with lot of holes. This is a movie without any logic foundation and probable premises but used the stupid uncanny trash to cover up the ridiculousness. Good soundtrack that only big movies would have. There are many stuntmen hired in this film to play the weird, wild and vicious night creatures but for what purpose? When the movie reaching in the middle, I almost lost my interest and patience for the repeated attacks after sundown. We need AK47, machine guns, grenades, Marines and Apache helicopters and fighter bombers to launch the assaults and wipe out these creatures. But what this pathetic guy really needed is the condoms.

“We are never very far from those we hate. For this very reason, we shall never be truly close to those we love.”

This film is as vague as the reason why the nameless young man (David Oakes) seeks refuge on a rocky island in the Antarctic Ocean. Initially, he has to relieve another meteorologist. But the question of the captain for what he’s running away, remains unanswered. Did he do anything wrong during WWI? Or is an unrequited love driving him to this isolated island? No idea. And in the end, this isn’t important anyway. The problem is that the man he needs to replace, is nowhere to be seen. The only living soul still present on the island is the primitive looking loner Gruner (Ray Stevenson) who’s hiding in a lighthouse.

Gruner isn’t very talkative. But soon the young man realizes that his safety isn’t guaranteed at night when water creatures start crawling out of the ocean. When the meteorologist sees his accommodation go up in flames after the first evening, he’s forced to stay with Gruner in the lighthouse. There he discovers that Gruner keeps such a female amphibious creation (Aura Garrido) as a kind of pet. She serves as a maid and as a sex object who’s being abused by Gruner. The reason why the creatures attack the lighthouse at night is rather unclear. Are these attacks a need of conquest? Or are these rescue missions?

I wouldn’t call it a horror. Or should the used symbolism frighten the viewer? A symbolisme that shows how man behaves towards strangers and even towards those it knows. Is it a reflection of the brutality we know in our society? The suppression of other individuals and the abuse that comes with it. Eventually you are wondering who the monster is here. The ones who abuse a helpless being from the sea? Or the creatures who storm the lighthouse every night? Some admiration for the acting of Stevenson. He succeeds in showing that cruelty and madness in an excellent way.

I wasn’t really impressed by this film. The story isn’t really overwhelming and tends to be repetitive after a while. Despite the action-packed attacks and a few jump scares, this is ultimately just an average film. And the comparison with “The shape of water” is quite striking. The eradication of a fish-like being for self-profit and sexual interaction between this being and someone of the human race can be found in both films. The only difference is that in “Cold Skin” it’s a whole bunch of those ocean dwellers.

Listen, I don’t like to give long reviews about movies so I’ll make it short. Cold skin starts off Eerie, kind of like Shutter Island, and you can tell that it’s going to get dark. However, it takes a turn to the whimsical, which would have been okay with me had it been not so extreme. I mean there is really only 2 minutes of back story as to why they’re fighting these things. and then for some reason banging them. It’s weird dude, super weird.

Butttttttt, I will give it 4 stars because it is shot really well.

Arriving at a remote island outpost, a lone seaman is sent to man a remote battery in the Antarctic wilderness with a rather cantankerous lighthouse keeper finds that the deformed creatures who live on the island are attacking the pair forcing them to defend their surroundings to survive.

Overall, this was an incredibly fun and enjoyable offering. One of the better elements featured within this one is the incredibly strong sense of isolation and abandonment felt throughout the film. The first half, where it gets to feature the whole reasoning for his stay there where all we see him accomplish is the seemingly endless round of fumbling with the equipment for his stay or reading old journals by himself really highlight the seeming abandonment of the locale. Coupled with the creepiness of the location, from the rocky beaches and never-ending sounds of the sea crashing onto the rocks around him, create such a fine suspenseful setting here that really sells the horror effectively. Those horror scenes, which are brought up quite early on in the film, are rather fun and where the film scores it’s best moments. From when he first encounters the strange creatures attempting to break into the shack soon after he arrives and spots the handiwork of their encounter as he spots the inhuman footprints in the sand afterward, that turns into the rather frantic and exciting shootout in the house where the creatures attempt to break in which causes a massive fire burning the house down during the night. The other big action scenes, featuring the creatures swarming in attack on the lighthouse which is shown to be a nightly occurrence as the series of montages showing them fortifying the location to battle swarms of creatures spilling out of the darkness and overrunning the structure only to be driven away by the morning light. The finale, with the final battle between them at the lighthouse filled with all sorts of traps and rather fun tactics they utilize to keep them at bay with their plan which has a lot to like about it and ends this on a nice high note. Coupled with the fine creature design and some solid gore against both species, there’s enough to like here. While these here are incredibly fun, there are a few problems here. The most egregious issue is the unbelievably jarring and disjointed pacing that creates rather weird placings for each of the setups in the film. The first encounter with the creatures occurs not twenty minutes into the film and results in nearly burning the house down which is before we know anything at all about the creatures or anything which is a surprising feature that should come at a point where it heightens the tension of the creatures’ attacks. As well, we don’t really learn much about them anyway, leaving the entire sense of organization or anything about what they’re like so they’re a complete mystery. Otherwise, there’s not much else to dislike here.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and Brief Nudity.

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The actors. invest their roles with conviction and craft, even if the story ultimately doesn’t quite reward such seriousness of approach.

It feels more like a consequence of cut-rate, copy-and-paste computer effects.

With a Lovecraftian slant, Cold Skin is a must-watch for fans of Xavier Gens films. This is yet another bleak film where the horror comes, not from the ‘monsters’, but from man himself.

Although Cold Skin is entertaining, it has an excessively contained direction that does not take it anywhere. [Full Review in Spanish]

Cold Skin doesn’t know what to do with its subject matter. [Full Review in Spanish]

old Skin doesn’t have anywhere satisfying to go or anything fresh to say.

Chilly, restrained horror drama has a few surprises amid its familiar tropes.

“Cold Skin” has similarities to “Shape of Water,” and the two films would make a neat double feature one day, highlighting a loopy film year where two directors really wanted to explore the highs and lows of humans having relationships with fishpeople.

Think of it as the darker flip(per)side to The Shape Of Water.

Cold Skin is a true genre masterpiece.

. a fun but failed film. [Full review in Spanish]

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Cold Skin (2017)

După asasinarea arhiducelui Franz Ferdinand în 1914, Aaron Winds, un tânăr meteorolog, se apropie la bordul unui vas cu aburi de o insulă izolată, aproape de cercul arctic, unde trebuie să înlocuiască la post, un alt meteorolog ce a stat aici un an de zile pentru măsurători. Pe insulă însă, este găsit doar Gruner, paznicul şi tehnicianul farului ce străjuieşte insulă şi alături de care va trebui să-şi petreacă următorul an, în zile lungi de observaţii meteo, dar şi de plictiseală. Plictiseala nu ţine însă mult, întrucât tânărul nostru ajunge să se confrunte cu nişte fiinţe ciudate, dar şi periculoase, ce ies din apa mării, odată cu lăsarea nopţii. Celor doi le ţine companie, Aneris, o femelă a speciei ciudate de amfibieni ce-i atacă noaptea, şi pe care Gruner a îmblânzit-o şi cu care se poartă ca şi cu o femeie din specia umană, însă pe care o terorizează cu puterea sa. Acum Aaron este prins între dorinţa sa de a părăsi insula izolată şi aproape pustie, şi voinţa lui Gruner de a rămâne singuri pe insulă, feriţi de „avantajele” civilizaţiei, dar şi cuprins de dorinţa de a extermina ciudatele fiinţe acvatice.

  • Genul: Aventură, Horror, SF, Thriller
  • Titlu Original: Cold Skin

Actori: Ray Stevenson, David Oakes, Aura Garrido
Regizor: Xavier Gens

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