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Belinda Brown
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Seth Collison
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Richard Pelzman ...
Quinn
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Harley
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Cal
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Ted
Jeff Perryson ...
David
Jay Hillmer ...
Doctor
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The viewer becomes the eyes of two detectives who never appear on camera as they unravel a mystery on a video screen, watching tapes from twenty-one hidden cameras which have captured a crime in progress. Three gunmen break into the home of gem dealer Seth Collison to steal the Sophia Diamond, a thirty-three carat stone valued at ten million dollars. Five minutes later the gunmen are dead. The case is closed before police find out about the hidden cameras. At eleven o'clock that night, the task of watching the tapes falls to secondary detectives Blu and Scotty. Through their eyes we discover what really went down. Written by anonymous

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Chester Robb: [on tape] Let me get, uh, rare roast beef with sweet peppers, tomatoes, balsamic vinaigrette on an Italian roll, maybe some fries, see what the soup is and a diet Coke with lemon.
Blu: [watching the tape] It's a shame he didn't know it was his last meal, he could have ordered a regular Coke.
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Wow. A very innovative way to weave a story-in-a-story.
12 November 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

I stumbled upon this one at the Annapolis Film Festival (who knew?) on a weekend out in "flyover country." But I'm glad I did.

The film "Replay" takes you on a mysterious ride using an intriguing new filmmaking trick: the viewer only sees tapes from a security system and listens in as detectives watch the tapes and try to figure out a crime, or if a crime has taken place at all. In other words, the audience participates with the detectives while they do their work. Very cool.

The interest builds quickly as the viewer gets used to this new way of presenting a story, and it draws the audience in even deeper. As you watch the security tapes and listen to the detectives, you follow the many plot twists and possibilities that they discover. I thought we (the detectives and I) had it figured out at least three times, only to be fooled again.

Because you never see the detectives, you might miss some of the wry comedy built-in to the script. But again, that only pulls you closer to the team as you get to know your "partners." You're forced to search for clues just like the detectives, and since you become part of the process, you're pulling for them. You feel frustrated like they do when the plot goes in another direction. The ending had me (and the detectives) totally surprised.

I'd love to see it again just to find more stuff I missed!


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