Verbo is a Spanish dark fantasy thriller film written and directed by Eduardo Chapero-Jackson.
A 15-year-old teenager, 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.
Alba García as Sara,
Miguel Ángel Silvestre as Lírico,
Najwa Nimri as Inés,
Macarena Gómez as Prosak,
Verónica Echegui as Medussa,
Nasser Saleh as Darío,
Adam Jeziersky as Foco,
Manolo Solo as Professor,
Fernando Soto as Rafa,
Víctor Clavijo as Tótem,
Michelle Asante as Night,
Peter Peralta as Japanese Teenager,
Djédjé Apali as Hermes,
Sergio Villalba as Hugo,
Apaches Entertainment and Telecinco Cinema co-produced the thriller film for Filmax. Alba Garcia and Miguel Angel Silvestre play the leads. It is directed by the producer of The Others, Eduardo Chapero-Jackson.
The release was originally set for the late 2010, but was delayed. It is currently scheduled for a November 4, 2011 release after being screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival.