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Old 08-15-2013, 04:41 AM   #61
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Martha Marcy May Marlene is fun in the loose sense that it's an engaging movie that really transports the viewer into that world. It's an excellent film. I rented it when it was first released on disc, but I really ought to pick up the Blu-ray at some point.


I guess in that sense it could be considered... fun.... but that is still a really scary word to use for a movie that's essentially about a girl that was brainwashed to live in a sex-crazed household and gets raped at least once.

Okay, maybe essentially isn't the right word. But still, if a movie has those elements, I refuse to acknowledge the word "fun" as an accurate assessment.

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If I remember correctly, there's a cut using the darkness of the house when they first enter. Seemed to be 10 minute intervals.

IMDB says, "The entire movie was shot to mimic one continuous real-time take, with no cuts from start to finish. It was shot in roughly 10 minute segments then edited to hide the cuts."
Well dang! Look at you, all Nostradamus-ey, and stuff
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