El Arte De Morir
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Nacho is a young man declared missing four years ago. Neither his family nor his best friends could provide any clue as to his whereabouts or to the circumstances of his disappearance, but everything pointed to him being dead.

Nacho was a young man of enormous talent who was beginning to make himself heard in the circles in the forefront of art. He had his own painting style, deeply influenced by the picture of Hieronymous Bosch and focused on a single theme: Death.

At the beginning, the appearance of a significant clue led the police to re-open the case. The witnesses… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"While the Spanish film The Art of Dying isn't perfect, it is a compelling bit of psycho-horror."
‑ Gary Dowell, Dallas Morning News
"After The Others, The Art of Dying feels like the designer bags you buy at the flea market."
‑ Marta Barber, Miami Herald
"Unhappily it lacks a sense of style distinctive enough to overcome its derivative quality."
‑ Frank Swietek, One Guy's Opinion
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