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Blair Witch Project - Who's Filming?
When Heather finds Josh's shirt and what are probably his teeth wrapped up in it, she freaks out and while she's washing both of her hands in the stream, decides not to tell Michael. Who's filming her?
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Sunluna on 01-29-2001
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Geoffrey writes:
Okay, so Heather is filming, sees Josh (or what's left of him), gets scared, runs to river, puts camera on the ground, gets washed up. Notice that the camera is not moving during this scene? That's because it is just placed on the ground. So actually, no one is filming her, so this is not a mistake.
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defroth writes:
I think the camera shots are unrealistic. I mean, who after seeing a shirt full of guts would take the time to mount a tripod and film themselves washing their hands? I don't think it's even tripod, she would of propped it on the ground. I think she feels "safe" being filmed.
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BATman writes:
She explains the camera thing in the movie. About how it made it seem less real and it helped her cope, and she is after all a director she was holding on to what has brought her strength all her life. Even in a person's most terrifieing moments they still hold on to what they feel constitutes there being. In a way the camera is a testament to herself and her well being. It is not unrealistic for can we truly apply logic to such illogical circumstances, the human psyche is illogical to say the least. Many instances have been recorded of a child witnessing something horrific while holding a stuffed animal and that object becomes if you will, a security blanket. Sometimes that child will refuse to let go of that one thing, gripping it even tighter almost appearing psychotic-ally obsessed with that object. The camera was her security blanket in a very stressful situation. I think to truly answer the question of the camera always being present you must first look at the human psyche in dramatic circumstances. Which most will find doesn't make any sense. Without the camera she would have been a nervous wreck and without it we would have less of a movie. So to put it short if logic was applied to the use of the camera the movie would have been just a two minute spliff. But I think they did a wonderful job of covering up(With a explanation and psychological reasoning.) it's frequent use and I did not find myself question that but for a second. She also mentioned later on that at least they would have a record of what had happened to them.
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Becki writes:
First of all, the camera was much too large to be held between her chin and shoulder, and second of all, it would be pointing the wrong way.
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Confusion2 writes:
I'm pretty sure that she is holding it between her chin and her shoulder. Because in the commentary on the dvd the directors were saying something like "Mike was freaking out here because he really didn't know where Heather went." The directors were never around them when they were filming.....but who knows.
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Roxana writes:
The camera was floating. The witch used her powers to make the camera turn on and record. Isn't it obvious? I mean considering the whole movie didn't make sense why cant we assume the camera was floating?
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defroth writes:
I do think the camera shots are unrealistic. I mean who after seeing a shirt full of guts would take the time to mount a tripod and film themselves washing their hands? I don't think it's even tripod, she would of propped
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ultimate slip up finder writes:
ok,this is a very low budget movie. Josh could have been filming i mean their were only three actors!
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bw2 writes:
OK there is something called a tripod it is used so that you don't have to hold the camera. Maybe thy used this new invention that no one has heard
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Rio writes:
Heather took the camera with her when she went to wash her hands and probably put the camera on her lap or something.
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Jammerz writes:
Hmm...Well 1 thing, it's his hearth wrapped up in the cloth. This I'm sure of.
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