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Amost a perfect 10
informationgoddess29 from United States
7 July 2005
In Scott Smith's Ten, a middle-aged man breaks every single commandment
in rapid succession.
The film is very thoughtfully crafted. There isn't an extraneous
detail, and each prop, each line is carefully chosen for maximum
effect. In just a few minutes, the film evokes disgust, amusement and
horror. In short(pun intended),the plot, writing and direction are
The only flaw of the film is the director's confusion of the ten
commandments with the seven deadly sins. Once the viewer figures out he
really means commandments, the film has meaning beyond a vignette of a
morning after scene.
The pace is so fast, I did have to go back and watch a second time.
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