«Disturbing film, by design. Well done. It made me sad and angry at the same time.»
Don't Laugh at Me
«I know im detracting from the skocking realism but... a good steven king twist...
The next day is a saturday night, and the husband comes home drunk from a bar, enraged because somebody knocked him to the floor for being an arragent bastard. Then gets into an argument with mary, and ends up killing her in a beligerent and violent outburst. So he buries her in the back yard, only a month later she comes back to live, her mind replaced by an animalistic hunger for brains, and the last 20 seconds of the movies, she is eating out his brain. I would make a mod of the husband, with a torn open skull, and hand held brain peices that she could be munching on, use the scene from the bar (the eating burger scene) and place scene into living room set. And watch zombie mary eat her husbands brains out.»
«I hated this film.
I know it sounds bad. Let me explain why.
I think the worst thing about this film is how true it is from the get-go. I've met women like Mary, who actually had been through this kind of abuse. This movie so accurately echoes their stories that it sent shiver after shiver down my spine.
I hated this film because it was so accurate you could have dubbed it a documentary.
I hated it because GoldinGurl's voice was so painfully dead, like the many voices we never hear until it is too late.
I hated this film because it was not just a fictional thing but a mirror to society that showed just how low we go, just how bad we can be... and just how oblivious we can be to other people's pain, to the pain that we inflict upon them.
I hated this film because... well, I wanted to cry for Mary and wanted to strangle Paul
I really really hated this film. 5 Stars, Roger, because 6 is not an option »
«Powerful movie Roger. I thought the voice overs were good! The woman being the tiny gentle little thing while the male was the loud monster. We hear stories like this all the time, mental abuse can be just as devastating as physical.
Good to see that you got your life back on track after leaving that horrible situation Roger. Shows true courage to send out a message based on your personal experience and open everyones eyes to the torture that some relationships go through, all because of one evil "little" person.
I congratulate you on a moving film!
«No it's a very serious subject. Physical abuse heals, mental wounds take much longer.
The story is based on things that happened to me. But I switched the roles as I wanted to show the horror that is mental abuse, not the fact that men get abused too.
It is something that too many people live through, that is until they can wake up and/or escape, like I did. »
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