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RE: RE: - 31/8/2010 1:58:41 AM   
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[post deleted....I just got a bit silly after a while ]


This, following on from your previous posts, just made me burst out laughing.


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RE: RE: - 31/8/2010 11:26:07 AM   
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[post deleted....I just got a bit silly after a while ]


This, following on from your previous posts, just made me burst out laughing.



Ah, the verbal joyride of drunken posting; my most dogged internet vice.  Its good I can look back on this torrent of consciousness and regret it all… until the next time.

I watched Shutter Island twice again last week. Once was by accident.  That’s four times now.  I still love it but I’m a bit Shuttered out at this stage.

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RE: RE: - 31/8/2010 12:22:02 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Sway

quote:

ORIGINAL: demoncleaner

[post deleted....I just got a bit silly after a while ]


This, following on from your previous posts, just made me burst out laughing.



Ah, the verbal joyride of drunken posting; my most dogged internet vice.  Its good I can look back on this torrent of consciousness and regret it all… until the next time.

I watched Shutter Island twice again last week. Once was by accident.  That's four times now.  I still love it but I'm a bit Shuttered out at this stage.


Haha, how on earth could you watch it by accident? I watched it on dvd about 2 weeks ago - was first time I'd seen it since the cinema and it's brilliant.  It's almost like watching an entirely different film the second time round. 


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RE: RE: - 31/8/2010 12:55:00 PM   
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Haha, how on earth could you watch it by accident?


It's like that time I went on holiday by accident.

My housemate put it on and I was only supposed to watch 10 minutes.  But it just flows in a very amenable manner, which is really amazing for a plot mired in head-messing.

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RE: RE: - 6/9/2010 5:36:28 PM   
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When I first heared of this film, I though it was a horror, Shutter Island, it sounds like one. But when it started it looked like a detective film, which I've never really watched, so I stuck around to find out what happens. The script does very like at dropping little hints that don't make sense to keep the viewer watching. Finally it drops into psychological triller. The ending completely throw me, a brillent film that keeps all it's secrets until the end. All the cast, particularly Leonardo Dicaprio, do a great job in not giving away their roles.

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RE: RE: - 12/9/2010 12:32:03 PM   
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Teriffic film. Like Deamoncleaner said: This is genius in being tongue-in-cheek-whilst-being-serious-enough to entertain.
Scorsese knows his source material is superb pulp. But he treats it in a way that Hitchcock treated Bloch's Psycho: with the utmost respect!

It's is a superb B movie/thriller, made by a filmmaker who knows everything about cinema. Now freed from having to win an oscar, he completely delves in to this. And has fun.

People shouting: "I saw the twist coming 10 minutes into the film" , may now realise they're not so clever. We're suposed to find out pretty quickly, and if you don't: well, not too bad either. But you're not that smart then, are you? Scorsese plays with the audience, plays with the story and plays with every cinematic trick there is:

The shoddy backgrounds, the matte paintings of the Lighthouse, Cellblock C, the cliffs: it is done on purpose. It serves multiple purposes: It adhances the gothic, gloomy, dreamlike mood. It also says: this isn't real, it is all make belief. It's one of the many clues in the film.
At the end, there can be various explanations of what preceded; but it doesn't really matter. Leo's nuts. That's for sure.
There is no Island. It all takes place in the Psychiatric Hospital. There is no boat, no cliffs. No lighthouse. One of the hints given for this: the captain of the boat saying: Only one way to enter and to leave the Island: the harbour. Everywhere else there's cliffs. It's an obvious enough hint that this refers to the closed setting of a psychiatric hospital. It all takes place in his head. I think it is masterfully done. The scenery, the music,
As for the film and subjectmatter being realistic enough: I work in Mental Healthcare / Psychiatry: of course it is all very bolt and cinematically overdone, but psychoses can play tricks on the mind that "sane" people never understand. And the depiction of it here could come reasonably close to what actually happens to paranoid-schizophrenics.

But apart from that: It is one hell of a film. the best film this year for me yet.



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RE: RE: - 12/9/2010 5:21:45 PM   
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Well said Bob,i like that review
Not to say i agree with everything you're saying!Leo may or may not have been nuts-he may have been the only sane person in the film.
It's an interesting premise to believe that there was no actual island,but i cannot agree with it.
Though i could be wrong!
A fantastic film!

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RE: RE: - 12/9/2010 7:00:42 PM   
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Good film. Was a bit bored seeing as I'd read the book first but it was very well made.Still reckon the plot was far fetched. As if is all I'm saying...

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RE: Shutter Island - 13/9/2010 2:30:17 AM   
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Cinema Heaven


Name one Master Director.


Name one that will choose to take on a plot-heavy script.


Name one.


Plot and Master Director are anathema toward one another.


Bergman does Da Vinci Code?


Kubrick does Platoon?

Scorsese is absolutely fearless. A Master without ego; without vanity. Scorsese can take on an "Aviator"...nursed by a no-mark straining hard-on of seriousness like Michael Mannn. Mr Scorsese will think nothing of stepping in and realising the inchoate dreams of a lesser director. To no acclaim.

He made the Departed because of his belief in an unsung script-writing hero called William Monahan.


Even when he wins the Oscar his friends who presented him the accolade will bemoan the notional idea that "Marty isn't making the films he wants to”.


I LOVE JOURNEYMAN SCORSESE


Journeyman Scorsese puts ALL to shame.


I love his lofty neglect of self-indulgence.


By Dennis Lehane's own admission Shutter Island is an embarrassment of pulpy nonsense. I warmed to Mr. Lehane when, in an Empire interview, he expressed his admiration of Scorsese and DiCaprio et al investing their utmost into a face-value, po-faced delivery of the material.


DiCaprio, is quite clearly, the best actor of our generation. (Should have been Norton, but what has he done?)


I grinned the whole way through Shutter Island. Its deliberate continuity errors, (defiance of that rule where you're not allowed to shoot in contrary opposite angles), it's egregious score that tells you BOM-BOM-BOM-BUH-BUM-BOM you're watching a HEAVILY stylised film. I loved every frame of it.   Anyone with an apetite for the gothic...look no further.  We're lucky Marty didn't go the whole-hog and do it in black-and-white with that twenties German expressionist shit. 

Verdict:

A pulpy, (possibly) tongue-in-cheek source novel becomes the new (quite serious) text book in American Gothic Cinema for the next 20 years or so.


5/5


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Incredible Film - 21/9/2010 5:32:50 PM   
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The acting is superb, the direction is magic, the production values are smart and the script is believable. The film itself is a monumental accomplishment, with one of the best Fincher-esque twists in a bloody long time. Watch it now.

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RE: Incredible Film - 26/9/2010 5:22:49 PM   
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In Martin Scorsese’s latest thriller, two US Marshals, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo) are sent to a mental institution for the criminally insane to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a female patient, Rachel Solando (Emily Mortimer), who apparently drowned all her children. As their investigation furthers, Daniels becomes suspicious of the lead psychiatrist, John Cawley (Ben Kingsley) and begins to think that he and his partner were just lured there to be part of some twisted experiments being carried out by the doctors. Daniels thusly tries to learn more about the twisted nature of the institution, despite being hounded by some very distressing hallucinations.

There has always been something fascinating regarding stories of the mad, especially those that prominently utilise the asylum. An audience’s lust for the horrific draws them towards the ancient madhouses that are more like torturous dungeons than institutes for aiding people with mental problems, like Arkham of Batman fame, or, the asylum can be a modern but sterile place where the doctors oppress the patients, and the viewer is made to root more for the delusional lunatics rather than the sane doctors, as seen in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and K-Pax.

In Shutter Island, the titular asylum is in the former camp, and utilises the sinister nature of that archetypical image well. This place is more a jail than a mental hospital, with its barbed wire fences, myriad guards, constant storms and damp, lugubrious hallways. Even the patient that goes missing is erroneously referred to as a ‘prisoner’. These set pieces are mostly effective, helping create the appropriate atmosphere, though one or two distract a little. The dismal, dank nature of this setting is somewhat justified in the ending, not to give anything away.

In terms of soundtrack, the film is at its best when there is no music at all, where the dripping of a dank cavern or the howling of the storm winds is enough. When there is music, it usually consists of loud tribal drums that take the viewer right out of the picture.

What good is a movie set in an asylum if it doesn’t have a good dollop of craziness to go with it? Since the film is mostly told through the eyes of Teddy Daniels, he is the one who suffers insanity. Similar to this year’s The Wolfman, this film makes use of surreal hallucinations, which are occasionally effective – the image of frozen bodies slowly coming alive like zombies is certainly chilling- but most of the time they are as awkward and pretentious as those from Wolfman. This insanity of his leads to the film’s twist ending, which ends up coming off as ridiculous.

Despite the silliness his role creates, DiCaprio does a fine job with Daniels, especially in his more angry and confused moments, and does get some good conversations with the doctors and patients. Better still are Kingsley as the head psychiatrist, who seems to have a subtle insanity of his own, and Jackie Earle Haley in a small role as George Noyce, a dangerous patient Daniels goes to for information. His part may be minor, but it definitely leaves an impression.

There is quite a lot of silliness here, but that does not mean Shutter Island is not a fascinating film. It may run nearly three hours, but it's compelling and the time passes quickly. There may be some quibbles, and it may not be Scorsese’s greatest, but it is an enjoyable tale on the asylum and its inhabitants.

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RE: Incredible Film - 29/9/2010 12:26:47 PM   
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An enjoyable psychological thriller, though wasnt what i expected. dicaprio is indeed excellent as the u.s marshell(he's finally starting to look older than 15!) as is the rest of the cast. liked the little cameo's as well. the twist's are good but you prob will see a few of them coming.
It seems a weird choice of film for scorsese and im not sure if he pulled it off? least he tried something diffrent.

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Another Scorsese Classic - 5/10/2010 8:06:59 AM   
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Is this better than "The Departed"? I'd say so. Heres hoping that it isn't forgotten during awards season and earns Scorsese and DiCaprio some recognition.

Truly Brilliant.

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RE: Another Scorsese Classic - 22/10/2010 12:03:45 AM   
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Well-made. And that's about it. Otherwise predictable and quite ridiculous at times, which I guess was the point... so good work! Di Caprio blew the retrospective scene at the end though. It just seemed forced and flat. Ditto the ending. But I enjoy it when critically acclaimed directors go shamelessly, tastelessly gothic, like Kubrick with The Shining and Coppola with Dracula.

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RE: Another Scorsese Classic - 23/10/2010 12:20:14 AM   
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Well-made. And that's about it. Otherwise predictable and quite ridiculous at times, which I guess was the point... so good work! Di Caprio blew the retrospective scene at the end though. It just seemed forced and flat. Ditto the ending. But I enjoy it when critically acclaimed directors go shamelessly, tastelessly gothic, like Kubrick with The Shining and Coppola with Dracula.


I agree with the last bit about directors going gothic-but the true sense and feeling of this film are anything but predictable.

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RE: Another Scorsese Classic - 23/10/2010 5:24:41 PM   
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quote:

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Well-made. And that's about it. Otherwise predictable and quite ridiculous at times, which I guess was the point... so good work! Di Caprio blew the retrospective scene at the end though. It just seemed forced and flat. Ditto the ending. But I enjoy it when critically acclaimed directors go shamelessly, tastelessly gothic, like Kubrick with The Shining and Coppola with Dracula.


I agree with the last bit about directors going gothic-but the true sense and feeling of this film are anything but predictable.


I'm sure many posters have said this before, but I knew what the big twist was going to be the moment that woman patient wrote a message in Di Caprio's notebook, but only after his partner went away. I immediately knew he was the missing doctor and from that everything else fell into place. From then on the film was predictable. Still enjoyable, but predictable.

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 12:05:38 AM   
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First off i have to say i love everything about this film, the music, the colour, the acting and all the themes. There is soo much to enjoy in this film I don't think it matters a great deal if you figure out the plot early. Anyway here's my literary bit:

Shutter Island a film which was supposed to take all the perplexity and subtlety of Mystic River, add them to the glamour and ingenious of The Departed and create a masterpiece.

What we received was a film that delighted the eggheads, but burdened the casual.

Edward Daniels assumes the role of a federal marshal looking for a mental patient missing from Ashcliffe Hospital located on Shutter Island. He is greeted by Deputy Warden McPherson and taken to the radical mastermind of the institution Dr Cawley, who has devised an intricate plan to shake Edward out of his illusion and make him come to terms with the fact he is Andrew Laeddis, a man responsible for killing his wife after she had murdered their three children. Along the trip Edward is embroiled in a constant struggle against reality, reconstructing the flash backs and dreams of his past with his excursions across the island and forming them into an elaborate conspiracy theory. Eventually the marauding adventure comes to a climax as Edwards clings to the last embers of sanity and ponders whether he should 'live like a monster or die like a free man' before he is escorted to the lighthouse to be lobotomised.

The trouble for the film comes from watching it rather than trying to understand it. We can be forgiven for being enticed into the dilemma because of the exquisite performance from Kingsley and DiCaprio, who are supported excellently by both Lynch and Williams. While the plot itself is flawless; Lehane's storylines and motives are finely structured, believable and completely integrated. The problem we face is the sheer complexity Scorsese exhibits on such rich, irresistible metaphorical hub of Shutter Island. The viewer is occupied with deciphering the reactions of the staff, understanding the riddles of the flash backs, fighting their own emotions to believe Dr Cawleys warnings and sympathising with the plight of Edward. What chance do they have in spotting Mrs Kearns drinking from an imaginary glass? Or what this implies.

In the end Shutter Island suffers from being optically too hard-core and doesn't streamline the substance enough to allow the viewer to gain a sense of enjoyment from connecting with the content.

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 12:47:31 AM   
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I will respectfully disagree!!!
Much like Inception,the first time i seen this film,i thought i "got it".
Then i wasn't sure.
Then i spoke to other people,Then i was even more unsure.
So i seen both again.
At no point did i feel disconnected or didn't enjoy the film.Indeed for both films,it was the second time of viewing i was looking for the trick moments(the glass,the closing walls).The first time i was blown away.Completely.
And bloody impressed by the collective performances.
Eve the ending that everyone "seen coming" is in dispute-this is far more ambiguous than you think!

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 1:09:00 AM   
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I agree the film is amazing, but it isn't ambigious. This is one of the points i was trying to make, there are no tricks in the film: the scribbling, the glass, the walls, the hurricanes of paper are all there in front of your nose. Therefore it is this huge variation in what people are or are not seeing which causes the ambigiouty, that and Scorsese being too bloody good. You mention Inception, which is very similar, but much more accessable because everyone is seeing it in the same way.

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 9:47:01 AM   
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I agree the film is amazing, but it isn't ambigious. This is one of the points i was trying to make, there are no tricks in the film: the scribbling, the glass, the walls, the hurricanes of paper are all there in front of your nose. Therefore it is this huge variation in what people are or are not seeing which causes the ambigiouty, that and Scorsese being too bloody good. You mention Inception, which is very similar, but much more accessable because everyone is seeing it in the same way.

True,plot-wise Inception is fairly accessible,but visually it demands a re-look.
Again,i think what Marty has done IS open to interpretation-he has taken liberties witht the source material(and made it better).
As said about Inception,Shutter Island has that visual complexity,and any confusion isn't on the viewers behalf-it's Marty messing with our heads in a way some people thought Nolan did,but actually didn't.
And it's bloody genius!Don't say the scene with the glass wasn't a "trick"!
Can a film be visually ambiguous??

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Epic - 25/10/2010 4:36:08 PM   
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Great cast, great setting and an ending that will have you in equal awe and frustration Shutter Island is an epic. Although Dicaprio deilvers a pitch perfect performance yet again the real star of the show is the sound track. The level of tension sustained throughout this film is astonishing and you dare not breath to heavily let alone munch on some popcorn for fear of missing a single second.
The asylum feels all to real and the unique pacing really gets you involved in the whole mystery and conspiracy. All up until the end I was determined that Dicaprio was the only certainty and when he was taken into the darkness you really are left to make what you want of the film and in a way decide the conclusion. Scoresese really has created a masterpiece with such thundering impact it's hard not to physically shake at the iconic awesome image
of the Lighthouse.

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 4:57:05 PM   
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Well the glass scene isnt a trick if you understand the sequence before it. After the first dream you have a scene with Dr Cawley, then the scribbling with breene then a shot with a nurse and a tray of needles then the glass 'trick' with Ms Kearns. Its a bit like dot to dot and you can track this back all the way to the beginning with the boat coming out of the fog towards an island with an disused light house, precursors ftw :D

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 7:01:58 PM   
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While the twist of this film was more predictable than most, a lot of people seem to confuse 'knowing that something's up' with 'knowing exactly what's going to happen'. Like when everyone said they saw the Prestige twist coming: no, you just knew that nothing is what it seemed because that was the implicit tone set by the film. 

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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 9:26:45 PM   
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While the twist of this film was more predictable than most, a lot of people seem to confuse 'knowing that something's up' with 'knowing exactly what's going to happen'. Like when everyone said they saw the Prestige twist coming: no, you just knew that nothing is what it seemed because that was the implicit tone set by the film. 


Only it did becuase the clues being left by the film were as overt and obvious as in this one.


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RE: RE: - 25/10/2010 9:58:15 PM   
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quote:

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While the twist of this film was more predictable than most, a lot of people seem to confuse 'knowing that something's up' with 'knowing exactly what's going to happen'. Like when everyone said they saw the Prestige twist coming: no, you just knew that nothing is what it seemed because that was the implicit tone set by the film. 


Only it did becuase the clues being left by the film were as overt and obvious as in this one.


Even accepting all that Dev,this film has the best closing lines in a film EVER!It gives that wonderfully ambiguous feel to the film that cherry on the top!
Even better than the end of one of your favourites Gone With The Wind!


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- 3/11/2010 11:57:34 AM   
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Excellent.

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- 4/11/2010 9:00:09 PM   
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I really enjoyed this. It's one of the great pleasures in cinema to be taken on a journey, thrown about the place and then feel the need to watch it all over again once the full story unfolds.
As with all good twists, there are those that want to say they guessed from the start, but i say why deprive yourself of one of the best feelings in cinema. Just sit back and enjoy.

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Shutter Island - 30/12/2010 4:56:45 PM   
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Completely disappointed.

Genuinely surprised by all the positive reviews.

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RE: Shutter Island - 23/2/2011 11:25:56 AM   
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This is a very good film, have watched it 3 nights in a row now & it's great to spot the little clues along the way that should really be obvious to the final twist (to a certain degree anyway, not the full 'why the wife did it' story). Might watch it again later

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Brill - 6/3/2011 11:22:33 AM   
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This is by far one of Scorseses finest films.

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