Wait, NOLAN directed this?

The 2002 remake of a 1997 Norwegian film about a Los Angeles homicide detective dispatched to a northern town to investigate the methodical murder of a local teen.
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Oh. I assumed the one on this site was Nolan's final draft.
Well, thanks, I'll take a look at it. :)

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Dormer lives on with his guilt in the original..which is haunting. Because he is not alone anymore knowing the truth.
But I liked what Nolan did too no doubt. Never seen Al so strung out before, felt sorry for him. While as in the original, I couldn't say I rooted for the protagonist.

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MOVIELORD101 wrote:I've know about this film for quite some time now, but I never know until JUST NOW that Christopher Nolan directed this movie! :o Is it any good, 'cause I've heard otherwise?
I didn't know this movie was directed by Christopher Nolan until a long, long time after as well. I think I overlooked it at first because it felt less twisty than average Nolan-films that I just didn't make the connection.
It's very good. I don't particularly enjoy it though, but that's partly because I always feel awfully tired when watching it like I'd been missing sleep like Dormer.

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fakescorpion wrote:
MOVIELORD101 wrote:I've know about this film for quite some time now, but I never know until JUST NOW that Christopher Nolan directed this movie! :o Is it any good, 'cause I've heard otherwise?
I didn't know this movie was directed by Christopher Nolan until a long, long time after as well. I think I overlooked it at first because it felt less twisty than average Nolan-films that I just didn't make the connection.
It's very good. I don't particularly enjoy it though, but that's partly because I always feel awfully tired when watching it like I'd been missing sleep like Dormer.
:lol:

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darkest_knight wrote:
fakescorpion wrote: I didn't know this movie was directed by Christopher Nolan until a long, long time after as well. I think I overlooked it at first because it felt less twisty than average Nolan-films that I just didn't make the connection.
It's very good. I don't particularly enjoy it though, but that's partly because I always feel awfully tired when watching it like I'd been missing sleep like Dormer.
:lol:
Don't just post smileys. Thanks.

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steveportee wrote:
darkest_knight wrote:
:lol:
Don't just post smileys. Thanks.
I was laughing because I've ruined many good films by watching them late at night when I'm tired. A good example of this is The Seven Samurai, which -- to this day -- I haven't seen all the way through.

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darkest_knight wrote:
steveportee wrote: Don't just post smileys. Thanks.
I was laughing because I've ruined many good films by watching them late at night when I'm tired. A good example of this is The Seven Samurai, which -- to this day -- I haven't seen all the way through.
I was pointing out a forum rule.

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Nolan4Life wrote:Image
A true visionary.

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I just laughed my ass off. :lol:

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