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The Curse of La Llorona: The Trailer Is Out and Everyone Is Talking About It

Recently, Sony released the trailer of its new movie Possession of Hanha Grace, which is a unique and original story based on exorcism.

On a similar theme, WarnerBros is coming up with its horror, “The Curse of La Llorona”. This movie, however, is based on a Mexican folklore of the tale of a weeping woman. The trailer got out and I took the first look to soak in the feel of the movie itself.

And, let me tell you, I wasn’t disappointed at all.

What’s it about?

Linda Cardiline is the main character of the movie and in the opening scene, she is shown talking to the father of a church. She asks him if he knows anything about La Llorona, the weeping ghost, around which the entire story revolves.

And trust me, the father gives one hell of an expression which left me in a confused state.

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The next scene shows the woman driving (I assume on her way home) along with her kids in the car. But midway, they had to stop because of an accident that had blocked the road.

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Just like the typical horror plot, Linda goes out to investigate the situation and leaves her children alone. Even though she asked her kids to stay in the car, you know that kids never do as they as told. So, naturally, as soon as she leaves, the elder kid gets out of the car and starts exploring around the area.

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Meanwhile, Linda reaches the spot where the police officials are and try to ask what happened. That’s when, out of the blue, a lady starts screaming. Which is weird if you ask me, because she says, ‘ It’s your fault’. And that she tried to stop La Llorona.

Now, I have no idea how she tried to stop a ghost or how is this accident Linda’s fault, but I bet once I watch the movie, things will get clear.

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The scariest part in the movie

At the same time, the elder kid who got out of the car, even though he wasn’t supposed to, tries to get a closer look at the accident site.

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But, instead of getting any idea about what went wrong on road, he gets himself into trouble. Apparently, he wandered off in a dark alley and heard a sob coming from the other end. Curiosity took over him and he turned around to see what’s making that sound.

I am sure he didn’t like what happened next. Because he saw a ghostly looking lady in a wedding gown, weeping, at the dark end of the alley.

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The moment he focuses his eyes to understand what he just saw, the ghost turns his gaze towards him. Obviously, it scared the hell out of him. (And even me if you ask)

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Somehow, he manages to run and get inside the car. But, there is a problem with ghosts. If they like you, they follow you.

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The same happens in this story. La Llorona follows him to the car, and weird things start happening. First, the windows start rolling down on itself, followed by the car getting unlocked on its own.

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And then, La Llorona makes her appearance and scares the shit out of the kids. (including me) I don’t know what happens next, because that’s all that is shown in the trailer.

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Who is La Llorona?

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However, as I wanted to know more about what could be in the movie, I did some digging around who this particular ghost is. And I came to know that there is, in fact, a story behind how La Llorona came into being one of the most feared ghosts.

According to folklore, she was a poor woman who fell in love with a wealthy man. Later, her love betrayed him and gave her divorce, leaving her all helpless and lonely. Since the poor woman couldn’t bear the betrayal, she threw her children into the river to drown them and later committed suicide.

As a result, she got herself stuck in limbo ( a purgatory between heaven and earth). And ever since, she is believed to roam the earth and torture people. Local people swear that she brings misfortune to people who hear her and who are near her. Even today, in Latin America, parents tell this story to their kids so that they won’t get out on the streets in the late night.

Damn, that does sound like some scary shit.

In Conclusion:

Honestly, I’m excited to see what’s in her story. And, if we talk about the trailer, it certainly looks scary (especially the car scene).

Tell us what you think about it and if you haven’t watched it yet, take a look:

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