There’s a lot I wish I could tell you about Perdida, but it’s one of those thrillers full of twists and turns, and almost everything I actually want to tell you is probably a spoiler. What I can tell you is the following.
Eric, a man in crisis, meets Fabiana, a waitress serving him whiskeys all night. Eric is obviously going through something. He ends up blackout drunk and passed out on her couch. After awkwardly running out, he returns to apologize, and they begin a torrid affair.
Fabiana joins him at his luxurious, remote, house and over the course of several days, she comes to enjoy the new man in her life and the comforts of his home. However, it quickly becomes apparent that something isn’t quite right. Something is definitely off between the weird groans coming from the pipes to the police officers that show up looking for Eric’s wife, Carolina.
It probably sounds like I am spoiling the movie, but rest assured that this is only a brief outline of the film’s first half-hour.Continue reading “Fantasia Review: ‘Perdida’ is a satisfying thriller”