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Real Death on the Screen 2013 NR

A Hollywood producer is caught on tape buying into the idea of capturing a real death on film.

Starring:
Matthew Hollins
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Dally Johanis
Starring Matthew Hollins
Studio Unavailable
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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This is an incredibly interesting movie about an actor who was kidnapped and then filmed with the hopes of ultimately making a profit. The film has lots of surveillance camera shots and other low-resolution footage, which really add to the mysterious nature of the film. The music in the film also contributes to this vibe. To me, parts of the film had a David Lynch feel to them. The film's premise is relatively simple, but the story moves along in a way that keeps the viewer interested the entire time. The characters are interesting, and the shots really capture human emotions well. The film really makes you think. If you like films that make you ask questions and look at things in new ways, then I'd recommend this film to you.
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It is uncomfortable to watch the movie because you never feel like you are on solid ground. The movie feels like a documentary it feels like this is real. That this is not fiction. Great acting great movie making means that the audience suspends its disbelief that they accept what they are seeing on the screen is real. Yet, this movie pushes that boundary too far which creates a weird sensation. I constantly had to stop the movie to remind myself that this was not real. I guess that is the mark of a great movie.
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This is an indie film that was released this year with a lot of promise. I was surprised and actually enjoyed it. Definitely a different documentary type with a message about a producer in Hollywood in a deposition all hearing that is caught on tape for trying to profit off an actor being filmed and deprived of food for several days. Dally Johanis gets the last laugh in his film. Very original and well worth the price.
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This was a film I had heard about on the Indie circuit and I just watched it for the first time. Hilton was summoned to a depositional hearing for paying a director to videotape an actor without food. I think the filmmaker a Dally Johanis played a joke on all of them and apparently no one got the joke.

I did laugh out loud a few times, and am still looking for more info on the movie, but can't seem to find much other than the pending trial that no one is talking about. The film is about an actor who was kidnapped, and as you're watching, you're trying to find out if he was in on it the whole time as things they do are ridiculous, like hang upside down on a ladder, get in the back of a hearse, and light a sign on fire. Nonetheless, I was surprised at how entertaining it was for what appears to be a very low budget film with no recognizable cast.
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This entire film was shot with surveillance and old video cameras. Very creative take on the hidden camera and getting Hollywood and their people in trouble for it. Genius.
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