Don’t Go in the Woods (James Bryan, 1981)

Poor Angie Brown. Asked to stare offscreen, she wonders how the dialogue she and her castmates have spoken will make it to the final edit of the film, considering the equipment filming her beardy-serial-killer-in-the-woods film is much less professional than her character’s camping gear. She hopes the post-production dubbing will sound okay, knows it won’t, and sighs. She pins her gaze on a distant tree and her hope on the end of the shoot. She knows that her gruesome death sequence needs the same subtle touch brought to the scene in which she is zipped up in a sleeping bag and suspended from a tree. Out of the corner of the eye, she sees the film equipment, and sighs again.

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