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Dianedee

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  1. The first time I saw this film I was annoyed by the POV technique. Seeing it again ......still annoyed. I thought it might add to the film, but realized it was just too much of a gimmick. I suppose that might be because of all the film noir I've watched over the years. I guess sticking to what's been proven to be successful is best. But, then again, this was a fairly new genre so trying something different was a bold move.
  2. The tone of this movie is set from the beginning without the ominous music, so often found in current movies. It's just a normal day for the innocent children who don't entirely understand what they're saying with their rhyme, while the adults are obviously frightened by the prospect of one of their own children being the next victim. Everything from the children, hardworking mothers and everyday life going on and that one poster, partially covered by a man's shadow, is enough to set the tone for a story that is sure to be a thriller.
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