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All done in one shot.... no. It's pretty clear the camera turns into the darkness every now and then for a reason. That and then end scene...
There are many holes in the plot, but from reading some of the reviews, i don't think many people got this film. There's nothing complex about the twist, it's nice and simple, take it as it comes. If you look for too much you'll be disappointed, but you shouldn't approach this film wanting to know all the answers.
This film is all about the atmosphere it creates, and the 'shakey' camera another reviewer complained about it there so you can put yourself in the house and 'enjoy the ride' while watching the film.
Yes, there is a bit too much of the film involving the main woman crying and walking about, and reacting and saying things no normal person would say in such situations, but watch the film again... it makes more sense when you know the twist.
This is a good film, and i'm dreading the inevitable American remake (prob) starring Hayden whatsherface from heroes.
Not done in one shot, but impressive nether the less. There are many flaws with this film, but many films will try to copy this, and many will fail.
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