Cholera: Path. Acute, infectious disease, often epidemic and very serious.



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Cholera: Path. Acute, infectious disease, often epidemic and very serious.

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"Colera" is based on a comic story called "Terminated", script by Bruce Jones and art by Richard Corben. It was published for the first time in Pacific Comics comic book Twisted Tales #5 (1983). See more »

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Impressive for the tracking shots but has enough in the story (or at least the climax) to make it more than just a technical curio
11 June 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I am not and will never be a filmmaker and indeed it is a challenge for me at times to get a decent shot on a $80 digital camera far less anything else; but one thing that always will impress me when it comes to camera work is a long tracking shot, whether it be Goodfellas or the reveal of Hitchcock's Young & Innocent. Cholera is a treat in this way because it is presented as one shot even though there is at least one masked edit in there. The plot sees a mob keen to drive out an infected man who is living just outside the village in a shack. We follow the group striding towards the shack with violent intent.

In terms of plot there is not too much of one but it does set up a nice conclusion to the simple tale. For the most part though the film is about the delivery and as such it is really slick. A I said, there is for sure one edit (where the man raises his weapon Mitch McConnell style) but there may be others – either that or a young girl in the cast needs to be signed up for some sports team with a precision throwing arm like that. However it is done and wherever the specific cuts come, the film does have a very impressive flow to it. Okay it is helped by the low numbers of people involved but it is still impressive. Make-up on the infected man is also very good and generally the film works very well as a technically impressive piece but with enough of substance and climax to make it worth seeing for more than just the tracking shots.

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