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Nightwalking (2008)

Nightwalking starring Raquel Cassidy, and Lloyd Woolf. A woman takes a shortcut and is followed by a stranger. She is scared and is thinking whether she should run or not. Out of the blue, she decides to turn around and she sees nothing but a ... See full summary »

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A woman takes a shortcut and is followed by a stranger. She is scared and is thinking whether she should run or not. Out of the blue, she decides to turn around and she sees nothing but a cell phone on the floor. In flashback, we see the stranger embarrassed for the reaction of the woman. He is aware that she believes that he might be a rapist following her, and he decides to call his mother to talk loudly on the phone and calm down the woman. However, something happens and the stranger vanishes. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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"Rapists don't call their mums"
6 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

Nightwalking is a film of about 2 minutes duration and it has some interesting and universal points to make. I don't think that there is anyone who hasn't had some trepidation about being in a deserted place and then having said trepidation multiply exponentially when you realize there is someone else on the street and what could that person's intentions be?

Those vibrations are also felt by the other party and if you are completely innocent one doesn't like the idea of someone else thinking you have evil on your mind.

No dialog comes from the mouths of the two players. But we do here their thoughts cross-cutting in narration. An interesting bit of psychological probing on film.


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