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    Subject: Re: sadistic
    Date: Jun 19, 2003
    Sender: jazzPrevious | Next

    i totally agree this film was disturbing. i kept thinking why does she not tell someone quick instead letting herself get raped again!!! i was not satified with the ending either it could have been better.

    this film shows that women should learn some sort of self defence. it does teach you that much.

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    sadistic

    First one to comment. Maybe no one watched it, or they're all too embarassed to admit they saw it. I had no idea what to expect before I saw this movie on DVD. In short, it was difficult for me to watch, and I turned it off about the first half hour into the movie. If you are a sadist, and enjoy watching a skinny, girl get the "sh*t" kicked out of her by bad men, then this is your movie. I did finish the movie, but I had to watch it in "doses" - a bit at a time. It took about 4 days for me to watch it. "Sick-o stuff". I'm just wondering what the filmmaker's objective was by making this film the way he did? Did he intend to shock, disgust, or make money by catering to sadists?






    Comment index:

  • sadistic   from lobster, Feb 4, 2003
  • Re: sadistic   from Film Watcher, May 27, 2003
  • » Re: sadistic «   from jazz, Jun 19, 2003
  • This movies is so badass   from rico, Jan 18, 2004
  • sadistic   from lobster, Feb 4, 2003
  • Re: sadistic   from Film Watcher, May 27, 2003
  • » Re: sadistic «   from jazz, Jun 19, 2003
  • This movies is so badass   from rico, Jan 18, 2004