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Shallow Grave - 17/1/2013 5:53:15 PM   
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I dont think this film has yet been mentioned on any other thread, but it doesnt have its own thread. and i do think that it deserves one. whilest its not my absolute favourite film, it is definatly one of my favourite films, and often goes un-noticed. It fills me with such a feeling of discomfort as Chris eccelstones character starts to deal with what he has done rather badly. ive not written in a forum before nd sorry if it shows. but felt that this film deserved to be in this catorgorie.





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RE: Shallow Grave - 17/1/2013 7:10:06 PM   
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Welcome :)

Agreed, great debut and showed promise of what was to come from Mr Boyle

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RE: Shallow Grave - 17/1/2013 9:47:12 PM   
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An utterly excellent movie. Love the last scene... whats the song playing over it?

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RE: Shallow Grave - 17/1/2013 10:12:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Mister Coe

An utterly excellent movie. Love the last scene... whats the song playing over it?

the song at the end when she finds she hasnt actually got the money is i think Happy Heart by Andy williams

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RE: Shallow Grave - 19/1/2013 6:23:20 PM   
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It is a great film, but pretty sure we have had at least one thread on it before.

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RE: Shallow Grave - 21/1/2013 7:57:45 AM   
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Watched the Criterion Blu Ray last night (which is excellent the way). One of my all time favourite films. Such a dark, twisted but funny thriller with wicked performances from the three leads.

"But Juliet you're a doctor, you kill people every day".

I first picked this up on VHS in a triple pack with The Usual Suspects and Fargo so I still subconsciously associate the three.

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RE: Shallow Grave - 21/1/2013 4:41:57 PM   
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The thing i most remember of this film is the utterly vicious guys looking for the money.

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