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Camera's always missed somebody removing their hands


My problem with this film is that it seemed like it was a one camera shoot. They never were there when somebody removed their hands. They were always off interviewing somebody else and missing the action.

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The whole way through I was thinking, are they really NEVER going to catch something on film? Even something halfway controversial?

Too bad.

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It was much more effective by leaving it out. I don't think there is a thing that should be changed about this film! In a Q&A last week, Bindler explained why he left some of those scenes out and went for reaction shots instead. It is a human drama thing, after all!

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