[REQ] Culpables (2015)

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[REQ] Culpables (2015)

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It's strange that this movie is not available anywhere - no torrents, no e-mule links, and even no trailer.
Just a small "interesting" teaser - but nothing controversial, so I'm RELeasing it below...

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4838212

https://www.rarefilmfinder.com/movie.php?id=83392


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Re: [REQ] Culpables (2015)

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I don't know the difference between a teaser and a trailer.

Streaming trailer here:
https://www.jovenesrealizadores.com/culpables
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa5tu2mQ0Jc
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Re: [REQ] Culpables (2015)

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Night457 wrote: Wed Mar 20, 2024 5:57 pm I don't know the difference between a teaser and a trailer.

Streaming trailer here:
https://www.jovenesrealizadores.com/culpables
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa5tu2mQ0Jc
A teaser is often very early marketing - sometimes a long scene. Sometimes giving an early impression of a film.
Using Jurassic Park as an example. There's one 1 minute teaser released 6+ months before the films release showing how amber is extracted for a dinosaur.
A teaser is often 1-2 minutes. A trailer is about 2 minutes. The Jurassic Park trailer in this case is the clips from the movie.
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Re: [REQ] Culpables (2015)

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. Jezevex said there was no trailer, but eMuled a teaser. I quickly found what was CALLED a trailer at two sites, but I don't know if it was the same or different than what jezevex found because I was not going to download either one no matter what it was called. Ultimately both are the same sort of beast for the same purpose, to get people interested in the full film. I DID actually watch it, so it worked. The film is/was apparently available in digital format for film festivals, according to the IMDB Official Distribution Site. Nine years after its debut, its festival life cycle has surely ended. Whoever has the rights should put it on Vimeo.
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