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Mute Witness (Bilingual)

Marina Zudina , Fay Ripley , Anthony Waller    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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A mute makeup artist working on a slasher film in Moscow is locked in the studio after hours. While trying to get out the building she witnesses a brutal murder as a snuff film is being made, and she must run for her life. She struggles to stay alive so she can convince authorities of what she's seen. Alec Guiness is the surprise guest star!

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Mute Witness (Bilingual)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps on the edge of our seat! June 19 2014
By Steve
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The subject of this movie comes from an original idea! We dive into it from the start and it keeps us up till the end!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent May 11 2014
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Je suis content d'avoir le sous-titre car c'est un film très rare et vieux car j'en avais déjà un en VHS sans sous-titre sauf que je comprenais la langue des signes que je connais déjà .. Merci pour le film !
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1.0 out of 5 stars What was the director thinking????? Jan. 10 2012
By Duchess TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
Yes it is rated 'R' but I try to watch a movie for at least 15 minutes before I judge whether or not to continue watching it. I have watched many 'R' rated movies but none like this. I thought that what was going to happen (a violent scene right at the beginning of the movie) was going to only last a couple of minutes or so, well, I was wrong. Don't get me wrong, I can take movies that have SOME violence, even though I'd prefer that they don't make it so 'vivid'. Well,it dragged on for the next 10 minutes at least. I was hoping, with this movie, that violent scenes would not prevail throughout the movie but when it lasted for the first 15-20 minutes that I watched it, I couldn't take it any more.
I am always on the lookout for a good mystery/suspense movie, but I don't see why they (the film crew) feel it necessary to show it all so 'vividly'. It seems to me, more and more these days, that it is very difficult to find a good movie that has suspense/mystery without a lot of the visually violent scenes. I found that when I watched the movie called "Ghostwriter", (which was also a suspense/mystery movie), there was suspense in that one as well, some violence, but it did not happen throughout the show. I am quite disappointed with this and for this reason I find that what Amazon charges, is not worth my dollar. If you like movies that have scenes of violence, blood and physical abuse, then this is for you. If you are bothered by a lot of this, then for a suspense movie this is NOT for you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars In Moscow No one Can Hear You Scream Oct. 1 2003
Format:DVD
As far as directorial debuts are concerned, Anthony Waller's Mute Witness is a very impressive start indeed. It is the type of film that thanks to the boom in DVD market, have been unearthed by the studios from their vault that contains dozens of excellent little films yet waiting to go digital.
A mute American film technician working on a small horror slasher in Moscow accidentally witnesses a 'snuff' movie..this of course leads to edge-of-your-seat chases that are very well filmed, and to the conspiracy behind this gruesome affair, at the centre of which reigns the greatest of them all, Sir Alec Guiness in his last film for cinema before his death (in 2000).
The plot is not flawless of course,(there are just a few, especially in the second half),but the brilliant directing and the development of the plot will more than compensate for that.
Think of Afraid of Dark (the hugely underrated and excellent Brit independant film about a nearly blind boy who also witnesses a murder), and Halloween 2 with its non stop chases down hospital corridors,and you will probably have an idea about Mute Witness. Having said that, it is still an original film (Moscow setting, 'Snuff' movies', Alec Guiness..), and not your average commercial suspense movie the genre and like of which litter the market.
Good performances by all, excellent direction,nail biting scenes, these are all good enough reasons to make Mute Witness a fresh little movie that can be watched and enjoyed again and again.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Superior suspense thriller July 5 2003
Format:DVD
This film is a masterly piece of thriller cinema, unique for several reasons. First, it places a small, young American film crew in Moscow shooting a low-budget independent film--how many movies have that setting? Second, the protagonist, one of the crew, is a mute woman who serves various functions on the crew: props person, makeup artist, and others--and how many movies have that kind of protagonist? Third, it is the last appearance of Alec Guiness in a feature film.
The young woman accidentally witnesses a brutal murder by two Russian men of a Russian woman. The men hear something during the killing and chase her. What ensues is much more clever than a typical woman-in-jeopardy tale. The writer-director, Anthony Waller, does a superb job of throwing in unpredictable twists and turns at every bend in the road. The resolution is excellent and getting there is a whole lot of fun. It's great to see this top-notch suspense thriller finally coming out on DVD.
Upon release, this received excellent reviews from diverse publications. Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mute Witness Nov. 8 2001
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
I love suspense movies. This is THE BEST Suspense movie I have ever seen. If you like to be thrilled and truly "on the edge of your seat" suspense, you will love this movie.
Great Cast, Great style, Great everything. Don't watch it with young children.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Infinitely better than the cover would suggest June 13 2001
Format:VHS Tape
I was very hesitant about renting this on video because of the awful cover. It is overwrought and suggests nothing of the masterpiece within. In fact, it makes one think that it contains a cheap horror film, which this is definitely not.
This is actually a good, solid thriller with a terrific lead performance by Marina Zudina. Director Anthony Waller shows he knows something about the--dare I say it?--Hitchcockian school of terror. Let's hope he does something of this caliber again.
And watch out for that cameo by Mystery Guest Star.
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