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Now You Don't Know What to Think (2002)

What seems to be the brutal mugging of an innocent becomes a tale of a long awaited revenge, hatched in the mind of an abused juvenile.

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What seems to be the brutal mugging of an innocent becomes a tale of a long awaited revenge, hatched in the mind of an abused juvenile.

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April 2002 (UK)  »

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22 June 2006 | by (www) – See all my reviews

I happened across this by accident on the website of a feature film by the same guy. I loved the title, saw it was only 90 seconds long and thought i couldn't lose. best 90 seconds i ever spent (with a few non filmic exceptions) and although it's only 90 seconds long it's captivating in its beautiful energy and camera-work and grade, whilst being so art-house and frenetic and aggressive in the edit. Oh and the dialogue is top class nasty- reminiscent of Ben Kingsley as don, with liberal use of words beginning with c and f. but the electricity in this buzzes out, really stunning you into the psyche of these guys. and it's surreal - in the copy after it, it says the bald guy was the director's plasterer! you'd never know he hadn't acted before. Check it out - it's something you need to see.


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