No Mires Ahí (Don’t Look There)

No Mires Ahi


No Mires Ahí (Don’t Look There, in English) starts with Irene, a little girl who loves and worries about her sick father. After some time, Marta, her sister, comes home to hear bad news: that her father has passed on. While talking to her mother about how Irene does not seem to be coping well with the loss, Marta starts to see visions in her bedroom.

This film is about a possibly sinister presence and a little girl’s reception to it. It’s scary, since you never quite know what’s going on, only that it involves the father and Irene. The ending scene actually raises more questions than answers… And I’m not sure if everyone is happy with it.

(This is available with English subtitles on Vimeo and YouTube. Here’s another horror film by the same director. And here’s a film about a something in the closet.)

No Mires Ahí, on Vimeo


No Mires Ahí, on YouTube


Directed by Daniel Romero

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