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* TakeThat: Jorge Castro is famously based in one of Amenábar's college teachers, Antonio Castro, whom Amenábar claimed made him fail his exams due to disagreements. Notably, Antonio fired back at Amenábar in an interview and revealed that the latter never bothered to attend his exams (which Amenábar retorted by claiming he would have surely failed him).

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* TakeThat: Jorge Castro is famously based in one of Amenábar's college teachers, Antonio Castro, whom Amenábar claimed made him fail his exams due to disagreements. Notably, Antonio fired back at Amenábar in an interview and revealed that the latter never bothered to attend his exams (which Amenábar retorted by claiming he would have surely failed him).him).
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* TakeThat: Jorge Castro is famously based in one of Amenábar's college teachers, Antonio Castro, whom Amenábar claimed made him fail his exams due to disagreements. Notably, Antonio fired back at Amenábar in an interview and revealed that the latter never bothered to attend his exams.

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* TakeThat: Jorge Castro is famously based in one of Amenábar's college teachers, Antonio Castro, whom Amenábar claimed made him fail his exams due to disagreements. Notably, Antonio fired back at Amenábar in an interview and revealed that the latter never bothered to attend his exams.exams (which Amenábar retorted by claiming he would have surely failed him).


* {{Hypocrite}}: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the SnuffFilm to listen to them.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the SnuffFilm to listen to them. The film uses this to underline that, regardless of how much society reviles violence, it is inevitably attracted to it.



* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the SnuffFilm, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]].

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* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the SnuffFilm, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]]. Castro]].
* TakeThat: Jorge Castro is famously based in one of Amenábar's college teachers, Antonio Castro, whom Amenábar claimed made him fail his exams due to disagreements. Notably, Antonio fired back at Amenábar in an interview and revealed that the latter never bothered to attend his exams.


Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film.

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Tesis [[quoteright:312:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tesis.jpg]]

''Tesis''
(Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film.



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* {{Hypocrite}}: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the snuff movie to listen to them.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the snuff movie SnuffFilm to listen to them.



* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the snuff movie, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]].

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* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the snuff movie, SnuffFilm, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]].


Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film, which tells the story of Ángela, a film student working on her thesis about violence in movies. When her tutor dies watching a movie he had taken for her, Ángela hides the film and will need the help of Chema, a strange boy in her class who's knowledgeable about this kind of videos. The appearance of the enigmatic Bosco and the insistence of her new tutor will further complicate things, as Ángela tries to uncover who's the author of the mysterious video.

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Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film, which film.

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tells the story of Ángela, a film student working on her thesis about violence in movies. When her tutor dies watching a movie he had taken for her, Ángela hides the film and will need the help of Chema, a strange boy in her class who's knowledgeable about this kind of videos. The appearance of the enigmatic Bosco and the insistence of her new tutor will further complicate things, as Ángela tries to uncover who's the author of the mysterious video.video.


Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film. It is Alejandro Amenábar's first movie, made while he was studying at the University, and was written by Amenabar and Mateo Gil. The movie won seven Goya Awards in 1996, including the award for Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. It stars Ana Torrent as Angela, Fele Martínez as Chema and Eduardo Noriega as Bosco.

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Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film. It film, which tells the story of Ángela, a film student working on her thesis about violence in movies. When her tutor dies watching a movie he had taken for her, Ángela hides the film and will need the help of Chema, a strange boy in her class who's knowledgeable about this kind of videos. The appearance of the enigmatic Bosco and the insistence of her new tutor will further complicate things, as Ángela tries to uncover who's the author of the mysterious video.
''Tesis''
is Alejandro Amenábar's first movie, made while he was studying at the University, and was written by Amenabar and Mateo Gil. The movie won seven Goya Awards in 1996, including the award for Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. It stars Ana Torrent as Angela, Fele Martínez as Chema and Eduardo Noriega as Bosco.



* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the snuff movie, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]]

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* TheSociopath: The person who filmed the snuff movie, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]]Castro]].


*ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler: The knife Ángela takes from Bosco's kitchen later saves her from him]].



* NightmareFetishist: Ángela, who tries to look at the dead body at the station and is writing her thesis about violence in film, Chema, who has gore and violent videos and a house decorated with monster motifs, [[spoiler: Professor Castro and Bosco, who film snuff movies]].

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* NightmareFetishist: Ángela, who tries to look at the dead body at the station and is writing her thesis about violence in film, Chema, who has gore and violent videos and a house decorated with monster motifs, [[spoiler: Professor Castro and Bosco, who film snuff movies]].movies]].
*NoSocialSkills: Chema isn't the most diplomatic person around.
*StalkerWithACrush: Ángela's crush on Bosco doesn't seem very healthy at the end of the movie, [[spoiler: and Chema is also one of these, with him stalking Ángela and filming her at her house]].
*TheSociopath: The person who filmed the snuff movie, [[spoiler: namely Bosco, and also Prof.Castro]]


* [[Hypocrite]]: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the snuff movie to listen to them.

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* [[Hypocrite]]: {{Hypocrite}}: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the snuff movie to listen to them.


* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Based on a single video, Chema is able to guess the kind of camera in which it was filmed.
* NightmareFetishist: Ángela, who tries to look at the dead body at the station and is writing her thesis about violence in film, Chema, who has gore and violent videos and a house decorated with monster motifs, [[spoiler: Professor Castro and Bosco, who film snuff movies]].

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: *AwesomenessByAnalysis: Based on a single video, Chema is able to guess the kind of camera in which it was filmed.
* NightmareFetishist: *[[Hypocrite]]: Ángela is very vocal about her dislike for violence and her disgust by anyone who revels in it, yet every time there's something really violent she can't help herself but looking, and she records the screams from the snuff movie to listen to them.
*NightmareFetishist:
Ángela, who tries to look at the dead body at the station and is writing her thesis about violence in film, Chema, who has gore and violent videos and a house decorated with monster motifs, [[spoiler: Professor Castro and Bosco, who film snuff movies]].


Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film. It is Alejandro Amenábar's first movie, made while he was studying at the University, and was written by Amenabar and Mateo Gil. The movie won seven Goya Awards in 1996, including the award for Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. It stars Ana Torrent as Angela, Fele Martínez as Chema and Eduardo Noriega as Bosco.

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Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film. It is Alejandro Amenábar's first movie, made while he was studying at the University, and was written by Amenabar and Mateo Gil. The movie won seven Goya Awards in 1996, including the award for Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. It stars Ana Torrent as Angela, Fele Martínez as Chema and Eduardo Noriega as Bosco.Bosco.

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*AwesomenessByAnalysis: Based on a single video, Chema is able to guess the kind of camera in which it was filmed.
*NightmareFetishist: Ángela, who tries to look at the dead body at the station and is writing her thesis about violence in film, Chema, who has gore and violent videos and a house decorated with monster motifs, [[spoiler: Professor Castro and Bosco, who film snuff movies]].

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Tesis (Thesis) is a 1996 Spanish thriller film. It is Alejandro Amenábar's first movie, made while he was studying at the University, and was written by Amenabar and Mateo Gil. The movie won seven Goya Awards in 1996, including the award for Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. It stars Ana Torrent as Angela, Fele Martínez as Chema and Eduardo Noriega as Bosco.

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