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  1. At first, I didn't like the pov, it seem disorienting and distracting. Maybe it the movement of the camera and the technology, not really sure. Then it kind of steadied out and I thought "Oh, this is really unique and I like it." Then, the fight happened and it took a horrible turn for the rest. I think the pov was very limiting to the scene, everything seemed so constrained and tight. You can really tell that they were having problems with movement. It seemed also natural but oddly timed. Trying too hard is the phrase that comes to mind. A positive, I did enjoy the feeling of being "in on the
  2. Just to add in my two cents. I enjoyed the feeling of uncertainty and danger evoked by the darkness of the tunnels. I also appreciated the level of communication between the engineers, the train's too loud to actually talk so their routine must performed without flaw. I also noticed that both engineers seemed very experienced with the job, their functions seemed almost automatic, like they are apart of the train themselves.
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