Seven friends gather for dinner and decide to play a game showcasing all the incoming messages and calls from the entire group, prompting a series of revelations that gradually unravel her “normal” life.

Director: Lex de la Iglesia Writers: Lex de la Iglesia (Writer), Jorge Guerricaechevarra (Writer)

On the same evening that a blood-red moon happens, some old friends meet for dinner: The group formed by plastic surgeon Alfonso and his wife, psychologist Eva, who hosts the dinner; Attorney Antonio and his wife Ana; The taxi driver Eduardo and his young and newest wife, veterinarian Blanca; And finally Pepe, a former gym teacher actually unemployed, who seems surprisingly unemployed without Luca, his latest girlfriend. Motivated by Blanca, who has some suspects about the group of behavior of some of them, she establishes a game in which all guests leave their cellphones on the table, on the condition of saying to all content of all text and voice messages. Starting as an innocent game, the progressive revelation of secrets as they seem to cause a series of events more dramatically each time: Alfonso suspects Eve has a deal, Ana wrongly thinks Antonio is gay, Blanca realises one Terrible page About her marriage to Eduardo, and Pepe tries to hide it …

When a group of best friends come together during a Lunar Eclipse to share an intimate dinner at Eve and Antonio’s tasteful home, they suspect it’s just another typical night until the hostess forms a game. All guests must put their mobile phones on the table and read all incoming messages aloud and respond to all incoming phone calls for the entire group. What begins as a provocative party game soon becomes a wild ride.