Mario Deco stands out as editor of the making of the Netflix movie Tin & Tina
Published on: Jun 13, 2023
By: Carlos Camargo
The Tin & Tina tape is causing a sensation on Netflix. Tin & Tina is currently ranking high on the streaming company’s preference charts. If you like creepy and psychological terror, this is an excellent option.
Movies like Sleep Tight, Julia’s Eyes, The Skin I Live In, Veronica, The Orphanage, and the REC movies have terrified audiences around the world. Now we’re adding another movie to that list, with Tin & Tina hitting the big time this week and causing quite a stir on social media.
What is Tin & Tina about?
After a traumatic miscarriage, a young couple adopts two peculiar twins from a convent whose obsession with religion soon unsettles the family. The story begins when Lola (Milena Smith) and Adolfo (Jamie Lorente) discover that they cannot have children shortly after their wedding day. They return to their hometown, as well as to the house where Adolfo grew up, and decide to adopt from a local convent that provides shelter and education for abandoned children. They meet Tin & Tina, who were left at the convent gates years before, and appear to be refugees from the Village of the Damned. Adolfo is suspicious, thinking that the children are too old and strange. But Lola believes that they are just as deserving of love as any other child, so they take the twins in. But then things get weird: Tin and Tina’s mischievous games turn dark and disturbing, while the twins’ obsession with sin, the Bible, and God’s word threaten to tear the family apart.
Isn’t that intriguing? But one piece of news that stands out about this film is that a renowned online editor was in charge of making the making of the film. This is Mario Deco, an experienced and talented editor who brought the making of to life in a “creepy” way.
For his part, Mario Deco is a prominent online editor whose works are admired and recognized internationally. His professional career includes works such as “Sr”, a Netflix documentary produced by Robert Downey Jr; the television series “La Reina del Sur” and the telenovela “Pasión de Gavilanes”, among many others.