It is a story of possession and murder to acquire complete control of the mind and the body of the true love of "cameo protagonist" Maria, who appears less throughout the movie, but directs the happenings via a otherwordly spirit link with her daughter, Miria. The closeness of names remind me of the story of Carmilla (1872) by Sheridan Le Fanu, where the vampire herself beheld several forms disguising behind names similar to her own original name. The film's cast is suited to the personalities needed acted out for the script, and the absurdity of the array of characters on display makes it a curious watch with a mere predictable ending. Mariangela Giordano as "Sol" steals the show with her beauty and enticing resiliance to withstand being defiled by "oily, dirty creatures" such as the main antagonist, Antonio Aguilar. Interesting cinematography, albeit slow scenes and at times too repetitive to function other than prolonging segments of the film. 4/10.