Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by prevailrob, Oct 15, 2003.
Erm ... and ....
I´m not quite sure what to say
It's a very, very
I´ve just watched various scenes again with commentary on and am starting to make sense of it all. Still lots of holes to cover tho
Squirell God where are you?
so what part is confusing you?
Do a search on these forums, then take a week off to read them
hehe, that is partially what im doing.
I already watched mixed scenes with commentary on and read Roberta´s book so I have a partial understanding of the plot but I´m still not all the way there. I would say I know but if you asked me to explain I would have trouble
Today I´m going to watch the full movie with commentary today.
Or being told what to think about it.
I do find that commentaries give away to much information. Part of the reason I love film is trying to understand them and make your own conclusions about what they mean.
I have watched this film 3 times now and each time I pick up on something new.
Yeah, I loved the film, but still haven't bought the DVD because I'm not sure if I even want to listen to the commentary.
Unlike some people, I think the film stands on its own without any source material or additional investigation.
if you buy the dvd you dont *have* to listen to the commentary
Everytime i sit down to watch this film i think, "right, i know whats going on in this film now, i'm just gonna watch it" and then i think eh????
I think i know what it's all about and then another thing happening i didn't pick up on before throws my thoughts into disarray.
After watching it several times i feel i actually understand the film, although i'm not entirely sure why everyone is crying at the end or is happy. As by rights time has re-set itself and no-one should have a clue whats going on.
I'm still a little clueless about that fat asian chick though.
Gamesguru: All I can really make out about the asian girl is
that she fancied donnie
, apart from that just that she got picked on because she was fat ...
yeah i got that...
but i think there was more to her, but thats probably just me over-analysing things.
A true example of a value-for-money DVD - you just keep going back to it. If you like this kind of puzzle try "Mulholland Drive" next.
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