Is it wrong that I don't like feeling accomplice to the torture and murder of fictional people?
Also, I admire Michael Hanake, in remaking his own film. Not only did he get to it before some hack director-for-hire did, thereby preserving a bit of integrity before the studio could sell him out, but he also got to make (I think) a comment on Americanised remakes in general--the glossier bastardizations, with big headliners.
Which one do you prefer?
plato's cave eight (being a film journal) aussie double feature - - ted kotcheff - *wake in fright* - 1971 brian west - director of photography “i wanted to recreate what i felt and saw – the heat, the sweat, the dust, ...
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