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Watch: Small Town Eeriness is Captured in 'The Condemned' Trailer (VIDEO)

By Cristina A. Gonzalez | Indiewire January 30, 2013 at 3:54PM

Director Roberto Busó-García creates mystery and intrigue in the trailer for "The Condemned." In the video below we are introduced to Ana Puttnam, the daughter of a popular doctor, as she travels to Rosales, a small Puerto Rican town. She returns to the small town with intentions to commemorate her father's legacy, he's on his deathbed, by converting the family mansion into a museum devoted to his work. However, upon her return she is met with resistance from the townspeople of Rosales whom seem to fear her and want her to leave. The trailer captures moments of tension in a house frought with undertones of evil spirits and a dark past. Strand Relasing Studio has scheduled a U.S. release date for March 1, 2013.
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Still from "The Condemned"
Strand Releasing Studio Still from "The Condemned"

Director Roberto Busó-García creates mystery and intrigue in the trailer for "The Condemned."

In the video below we are introduced to Ana Puttnam, the daughter of a popular doctor, as she travels to Rosales, a small Puerto Rican town. She returns to the small town with intentions to commemorate her father's legacy, he's on his deathbed, by converting the family mansion into a museum devoted to his work.  However, upon her return she is met with resistance from the townspeople of Rosales whom seem to fear her and want her to leave. The trailer captures moments of tension in a house frought with undertones of evil spirits and a dark past. 

Strand Relasing Studio has scheduled a U.S. release date for March 1, 2013. 

Check out the full trailer below:
 

This article is related to: Trailers, Video, Strand Releasing





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