Huella (2022) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)

In this light horror short, a granddaughter finds herself facing her grandmother whose dying day was missed only by her.

Huella – Poster

In this light horror short, a granddaughter finds herself facing her grandmother whose dying day was missed only by her.


Director(s) Gabriela Ortega
Screenplay By Gabriela Ortega
Date Released 1/20/2022
Where To Watch Film Festival (Sundance Film Festival)
Genre(s) Horror, Non-English
Duration 14 Minutes
Content Rating Not Rated
Noted Cast
Leonora Denise Blasor
Daniela Shakira Barrera

Film Summary

After the passing of her grandmother Leonora, a series of strange events happen to Daniela. Of which including seeing her grandmother and venturing into her grandmother’s past.

Cast & Character Guide

Please Note: This is not an exhaustive list of every cast member.

Leonora

The matriarch of the Garcia family who recently passed.

Daniela

Leonora’s granddaughter, who works for Simply Summer Travel Insurance

Other Noteworthy Information

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing

Review


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On The Fence

It’s Weird and Disjointed, But Not Entertaining

While there is a certain creep factor in Huella, this is interlaced with notable dance sequences and a random jump into Leonora’s past. All of which leaves you with a strange, sometimes disjointed story that you get comes from a curse on Leonora’s family, but it may feel like you are missing essential details for everything to come together.

Overall

Our Rating: Mixed (Divisive)

By no means is Huella bad. More so it just lacks the type of cohesiveness needed to get into it. For while, as individual pieces, you can appreciate Daniela jumping into her grandmother’s past, the horror element, and the dancing, together they seem barely connected and leave you scratching your head.

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Huella – Poster
Huella (2022) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)
Who Is This For?
Those who appreciate indie horror which may not make a lot of sense but constantly keeps things interesting.
Highlights
Disputable
It's Weird and Disjointed, But Not Entertaining
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