To kill a dead man


About purplesque

Psychiatrist, cook, bookworm, photographer. Not necessarily in that order.
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7 Responses to To kill a dead man

  1. Hi!! I've started to watch this threee times and each time I get interrupted– it's intriguing and I'm going to come back — as soon as the washer guy leaves……*waves*

  2. Purplesque says:

    Can't argue with that. 🙂

  3. Purplesque says:

    I suspect this is something 'the other RobbbieDobbbie' will enjoy. Thanks for coming back. *waves back*

  4. Wow! I just watched all the way through– LOVE the music and the cinematography! It was powerful, too , with the way the guy kept getting shot in her mind …but I'll confess I don't really know what happened…was it all the same lady ? Did she pay to have him killed? WAS he dead? I'm sooo bad at these things. I esp liked the scene with that very slow fan — and the light coming through it. GORGEOUS!!Maybe tomorrow I'll watch it again, see if I understand this time.

  5. Purplesque says:

    Ha ha..I really don't know. I do know they made it for a movie, so maybe the movie storyline has something to do with it. I just Love the way its shot, the fact that its Portishead, and the music. I do think its the same woman all the way through..glad you liked it.

  6. Oh! *whew* I thought it had a story I wasn't understanding…well, I guess it does, but if you didn't know either then I don't feel too bad. I LOVED the way they shot it – each frame was crafted like a separate piece of art, I think — amazing. Wouldn't it be incredible to be involved in making soemthing like that? Wow.

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