When Aubrey dreams of Edward, she visualizes him with his face blown off. Some reviewers have interpreted this to mean Edward shot himself to death, but Edward is still alive. When Aubrey and her mother talk on the phone, she asks Aubrey if she saw him at Grace's funeral the day before. Like much of the film, his gruesome facelessness is a metaphor (perhaps for the fact that Aubrey cannot face him after what she did to hurt him). See more »
One of the rare films besides Se7en and Kiss Me Deadly where the end credits roll from top to bottom rather than the traditional bottom to top. See more »
Install a Beak in the Heart That Clucks Time in Arabic
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Next time, can you make the pace a little SLOWER?!?
The good: the lead is breathtakingly beautiful. Good actress too. The cinematographiy is very clever and eyecatching.
The bad: a "thriller" this ain't. It could be bottled and sold as a sleep aid. I literally fell asleep halfway through.
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