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TEN MOST RECENT COMMENTS FROM THE INTERNET
"We live in Montreal and heard about this film from some friends who saw it in NYC a while back. They told me that the film was a physiological thriller but I'm confused because I assume that the execution scene at the end of the film is real. What I'm saying is that the scene looks like it was shot in real time with a hidden camera on the guard. Then there was another hidden camera in the execution chamber. I'm not sure what to think but the film as extremely compelling. Never seen a movie like this one. I've read that some say it's a movie and others say it's real. I watched the clips at all the top universities in America and the UK and I'm still not sure what to think. Can anyone please tell me the "real story" behind this movie. I need to know! "
"It was a great experience to watch the movie online. Love the process of "entering the death chamber" too. First clicked on "more info" rather then entering the death chamber. It felt so real to sit on the front row too. Can't sleep! Would love to see the film in on a big screen in the movie theater. Please let us know if the film will be coming to the Chicago area. "
Frank & Sandra W.
"One of the most original movies I've ever seen. I just saw the film online and it was intense. I can only imagine what it looks like on a big screen in a movie theatre. Not sure what all the controversy is about this movie. It's a MOVIE!!! Get over it!!! I loved it! "
"Crazy good film man! "
"why do movies always show the electrocuted prisoner shaking, twitching, and convulsing? according to everything I've read, the only movement is in the hands (they usually ball up or grasp the chair) or, depending on how much slack is in the straps, they may jerk forward or backward right as the button is pressed.
I would guess that if electrocutions involved as much "violence" as seen in this movie, then all witnesses would have been permanently traumatized, and "the chair" would have never ended up replacing "the noose". "