Aftershock

Synopsis: After an earthquake erupts in Chile, tourist discover that a neighboring prison in the area collapsed in the event, and all surviving criminals managed to break free. Soon they learn that the most terrifying thing, more threatening that Mother Nature, is what she created.
Director(s): Nicolás López
Production: The Weinstein Company
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.8
Metacritic:
39
Rotten Tomatoes:
37%
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Year:
2012
89 min
$40,179
Website
469 Views


The vineyards currently

take up over thirty thousand acres,

where we grow five

different varieties of wine,

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz,

Chivas, and Sauvignon Blanc.

Now please follow me

and watch your step.

Centuries ago huge festivals were

held at the end of the grape harvest.

And the virgins of the different

towns would stomp the grapes

to make the wine. As you have

seen today now it's a much more

sophisticated process.

Do you have any questions?

No?

OK, feel free to look around

and take pictures.

Actually I have a question,

can you take a photo of me

and my friends?

- Sure.

- Thanks.

Just push right there.

- Halfway to focus.

- OK.

Gentlemen? Come on.

- I can't move, por favor.

- Yeah, I'm good here.

Ariel, one photo

for the mishbuka.

Come on.

Say wine!

Wine.

Everybody please,

before you taste the wine,

take a moment and try to find the

different aromas in this Cabernet.

Yeah, it's OK.

Chi!

- Le.

- Le.

Chichichi!

Lelele!

Viva Chile!

L'chaim!

Hey, stop it.

You unfollowed her

for a reason.

I just want to know if she

tweeted that guy again.

Dude, you don't have x-ray

vision to see her DM's.

No, but I know her well enough

to know what she's not saying.

Last time I was single

you met a girl and got her email.

Now I feel like every girl I meet

I have to download some new app.

Whatever happened to meeting a

girl in the park and saying hey...

...how about a cup of coffee?

Don't worry Gringo, we're

taking you to a nice park

where you can ask

a girl for coffee.

Trust me.

Here's your coffee.

Gracias, Seor.

Petaas.

Labios.

Sorry.

Oh, it's my daughter.

Hang on baby, I'm at a party,

it's very loud, just a second.

I have to go.

Please... I just gotta

talk to her.

I have to talk to her.

She's in California.

Un minuto.

Dos minuto.

Gracias.

I'm coming sweetie!

It's just really loud

right here.

Just a second baby!

Hey, honey!

Hi Daddy!

When are you coming home?

I'll be home in two days.

Sooner than you think.

Hey, what about

your sister?

The further away the better.

Kylie!

Kylie!

- Bye Daddy, Tom's here.

- Who?

Mommy's new boyfriend!

Bye!

F***!

Next.

Next.

Next.

No, we're having

so much fun.

I'll call you when I get back.

OK. Love you.

Hey.

You're American?

- Yes.

- That's really...

I'm...

Obviously me too.

I'm from... Where you from?

- Los Angeles.

- I'm from San Diego.

That was a crazy

flight here, right?

That was like 12 hours, did you

come here for the concert?

No.

Oh, I didn't either. I came

to this with some friends.

They kinda took me here. But this

is crazy, right? It's really cool.

Umm...

I don't have...

I don't have any...

I don't have any cards but, umm,

if you're ever in San Diego.

If I'm ever in San Diego, what?

If you're ever in San Diego,

umm, there's a awesome zoo.

Hi.

I have a boyfriend.

Oh, that's really cool.

You guys... is he here?

You guys been together

for a long...

We're done, thanks.

Cool... Nice meeting you.

Don't you ever leave

my side again.

OK, I thought you

were behind us.

Names?

Oh, we're on the list.

A guy put us on there.

It was a foreign name,

'cause we're not from here.

It was something like,

you know... Pedro...

Full name?

Full name.

OK. I'm Kylie,

this is Irina.

- Hello.

- What's your name?

Full name.

Next.

- Next.

- Next.

Like!

Isn't that the

girl from last night?

Yeah, yeah let me check.

Yeah, it's the same.

Antonio!

Hi!

I mean, why should I stay.

All the clubs here are the same

as everywhere else.

Same people, same DJ's...

Same hipster music.

I thought South America was

going to be like third-world.

But like, cool third-world.

You know, like Bali.

Well, it is if you know

where to go.

The best parties are hidden.

There's one party tomorrow night

in Valparaiso.

That's the real Chile.

People think Chile is like

City of God or something.

Or like Juarez, like there's

bodies hanging in the streets.

This place is awesome!

It's like the indie station

of Latin America.

It's like really cool,

the food here is so fresh.

There's no preservatives

in anything.

I'm sorry.

We actually could stay.

The only problem is my sister.

That girl is your sister?

Technically yes, same dad.

It's not like I know her, she

was off with her mom in Hungary.

She's a real pain in the ass.

So, I forgave her. But then

she f***ed this other guy.

I don't understand why

she keeps texting me.

Look what she just sent to me.

Look.

I know it's in Spanish,

but you get the point, right?

- Right.

- Excuse me.

I can translate it for you.

- You're kidding me?

- It's champagne.

I don't make the rules.

No, you enforce them

which is worse.

Too bad.

Hey, don't worry.

When you're 21 you can drink

without anyone's permission.

I am 21. I don't need

anybody's permission.

Good girl.

Your boyfriend.

No. My son.

- I have a daughter.

- I'm not surprised.

Really, why is that?

Because, you're dressed

like a dad.

F*** you.

Check this out, I looked

like this when we met.

That's you?

True story.

- When did you lose it?

- A year ago.

That's when she

started liking me.

She's so superficial.

Monica! Monica! Pollo just

invited us to Valparaiso.

What are you talking about?

I'm talking about the

coolest thing in Chile.

There's a huge party.

We're leaving tomorrow.

Valparaiso is a really

nice place.

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