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Official Teaser Poster
Directed by Eduardo Chapero-Jackson
Produced by Belén Atienza
Álvaro Augustín
Ghislain Barrois
Jesús de la Vega
Enrique López Lavigne
Written by Eduardo Chapero-Jackson
Starring Miguel Ángel Silvestre
Najwa Nimri
Victor Clavijo
Cinematography Juan Carlos Gómez
Edited by Elena Ruiz
Apaches Entertainment
Telecinco Cinema
Distributed by Filmax
Release date
  • September 22, 2011 (2011-09-22) (Donostia-San Sebastian Festival)
  • November 4, 2011 (2011-11-04) (Spain)
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Verbo is a Spanish dark fantasy thriller film written and directed by Eduardo Chapero-Jackson.[1]


A 15-year-old, Sara, lives with an apparently normal suburban family. She develops a sixth sense and begins to perceive a series of disturbing messages and clues, which prompt her to enter a dangerous and frightening dimension in order to save a life. In the course of this adventure to a dark parallel universe, Sara must change the world.



Apaches Entertainment and Telecinco Cinema co-produced the thriller film for Filmax.[2] Alba Garcia and Miguel Angel Silvestre play the leads.[3] It is directed by the producer of The Others, Eduardo Chapero-Jackson.[4]


The release was originally set for the late 2010, but was delayed.[5] It is currently scheduled for a November 4, 2011 release after being screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival.[6]


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