four star

Jordi 2022-11-17 22:52:34

The following is my viewing experience. Fifty minutes before I watched Hide and Seek, there were about three guessing directions. 1 There is indeed Charlie. (From the sudden start of the generator in the basement, and the opening of the window and the time difference when her father kept his earphones in his diary every time, etc.) 2 When I saw his father at 2:06 every night at the same time, and recalled at the same time, and The first time I killed a dog and buried it, I felt that the father might be the murderer. 3 is Emily's split personality. First the fictional Charlie, and then the different attitudes towards neighbors and fathers, an intuition that, from the seemingly invulnerable, is in fact a common feature of all psychodramas. To sum up, in general, yes, as soon as two heads are drawn in the final scene, it means that the game of hide and seek, even in the new environment, Emily will continue. So, it's okay to leave some suspense. Four stars is enough. PS: As for the remaining star, it depends on the audience's own perception of it. To a certain extent, hide-and-seek still lacks a little excitement, um, it just feels like this varies from person to person. But it's like "Mulholland Drive" after reading it once, and people are saying what they say. above.

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Hide and Seek quotes

  • [last lines, alternative ending]

    Emily: One-1000, two-1000, three-1000, four-1000, five-1000, six-1000, seven-1000, eight-1000, nine-1000, ten-1000. Ready or not, here I come.

    Emily: Come out, come out, wherever you are...

    Emily: There you are.

  • Emily: Come out come out, where ever you are...