A very informative documentary on the making of Peter Jackson's gore classic Bad Taste. Highlights include behind-the-scenes footage, detailed explanations of the special effects, an ... See full summary »
This was intended as a 20 minute art movie with no dialog. The director eventually decided to give it a story, thought the original intent shows in some scenes. See more »
We can spend the whole day together - do what whatever you like. I won't try to run away
There isn't time.
Time for what?
Time to get to know each other.
My God! Who gets to know ANYBODY any more?
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I had extremely low expectations for this movie when I decided to watch it, but it was there, so I watched it. Much to my surprise, I enjoyed it. What surprised me the most was the quality of the photography and the acting of the female lead. She is very pretty, very Audrey Hepburn like. It simply tells the story off two lonely, off center people, who wind up together in unsavory circumstances. The directing is a little rough around the edges and the male lead's acting was weak. But it held my interest. There are many scenes of beautiful New Hampshire (which I think was an excuse for the absence of dialogs).
In a nutshell, a handsome drifter charms a beautiful young woman at the vet's office. He talks her into going up in the mountains with him. Soon she realizes this may be a one way trip as she is gets tied up, then chased and tied up again.
Stockholm syndrome sets in and the ropes are removed as her own sad loneliness draws her to her abductor. Consensual female nudity.
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