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Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
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But why mirrors?
The reason for the mirrors is simple, the dead can't stand to look at themselves. Same goes for when a living person comes up against one of 'em. When the living person shows fear, it all comes home again, that they're different. All they wanna do is kill the only thing they can never be: the living.
But what if a person could keep from showing fear? Wouldn't he be safe?
Keep from showing fear? Only two ways of doin' 'em in, least as far as I know. First is to, trap 'em in a ...
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I was actually the female that seduces the boy and comes out of the TV set. It was actually kind of fun, they put SO much latex all over my face when they made me the monster, that I couldn't get it off!!! And it was really low budget, so we had to leave the location, and I could NOT get the latex off my face, it was stuck!! So I was pulling this latex and peeling off my skin and crying!!! AH! Finally got the latex off... Ah, those were the days.
Also this film convinced me that I definitely was a terrible actress and I really needed a nose job!!! But I like the part where I am in black and white and smoking and talking to the boy. I thought I was OK in that part...
I think it's a fun movie, I like it because I was in it, and it really was fun to make, despite the problems and the low budget.
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