Juego de Rol
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Christian Science Monitor - 9/10 by Peter RainerStarts slowly and ominously and gradually accelerates into a frenzy.
Slant Magazine - 9/10 by Chuck BowenDemon offers a tidal wave of unrelieved longing and regret, with a devilish streak of absurdism.
RogerEbert.com - 9/10 by Simon AbramsThe horrors of Demon are disturbing because you can see how ordinary they might seem to anyone who isn't paying enough attention.
Austin Chronicle - 9/10 by Marc SavlovThe Polish/Israeli co-production picked up the Best Horror Feature award at Fantastic Fest 2015, and it’s a shame that Wrona is gone, but at least we have this superlative example of his cinematic brilliance.
ScreenCrush - 9/10 by Matt SingerWhatever Demon’s autobiographical elements, this film feels incredibly personal; like a howl of pain ripped straight out of someone’s soul.
The New York Times - 9/10 by Manohla DargisMr. Wrona is very good at thickening the air with mystery, and right from the start he slips in enigmatic details and figures — the prowling bulldozer, a keening woman, a scowling man — that disturb the ordinary scene. Like pebbles dropped in water, these disturbances create concentric circles that spread, disrupting everything.
Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Justin ChangPerhaps it’s best to appreciate Demon not for what it implies but for what it simply and unmistakably is: A bravura testament to a talent silenced far too soon.
The Playlist - 8/10 by Kimber MyersDemon is a film that improves the longer it sits with you, as various images seep into your consciousness and reappear without warning.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Katie RifeIt’s the kind of film that, rather like its mournful title apparition, clings to your sleeve and follows you home.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by David LewisThe exquisitely shot Demon is not gory or particularly scary, but it has its fair share of chills.

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