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« on: November 26, 2013, 07:17:46 AM »

I'm not a fan of Jonathan Demme's films, although Silence of The Lambs and Philadelphia were very good, I don't like the fact that he has an anti-South African message in most of his film credits (the A Luta Continua cartoon figure) and that he directed the horrible Sun City music video.

However this early effort with its' truly frightening ending, is actually very good. I was indeed surprised.


So let the light guide your way….
Hold every memory as you go
And every road you take will always lead you home…
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