16 thoughts on “The invisible guest

  1. renudepride says:

    Cool trailer! Thank you for sharing this, my Kenyan brother! Will you also provide my popcorn and soda? 🙂 Or, am I being too demanding? Naked hugs!

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  2. Ron says:

    ‘Twas a surprise ending indeed! I always enjoy a good whodunnit, especially if it can keep your interest without relying on the use of special effects, explosions, car chases and graphic violence.

    Good stuff.

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    • Barry says:

      There’s not many movies I can watch these days as most assault my autistic senses beyond my endurance. No special effects, explosions, car chases and graphic violence? In that case I’ll keep an eye out for it.

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      • makagutu says:

        You should look for it Barry, it keeps you glued to the screen without special effects & explosions

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        • Barry says:

          My only concern is the use of subtitles. One of the problems of my autistic brain is that I am incapable of watching and listening to the action on screen and reading a text dialogue. I can do one or the other, but not both. If I’m reading the script, I can neither see nor hear what else is happening on screen. If I watch and listen to what is happening on screen, I am unable to read the text. Either way I tend to miss a lot.

          I’m guessing this is a film where dialogue is important. I might have to wait until it becomes available on the small screen. Then I can pause the movie while I read the text.

          What I like about older films when cinematography was more “primitive”, is that the limitations of the technology meant that dialogue and action were seldom simultaneous. They also used fewer cameras, so switching of camera angles occurred less frequently. It seems that these days a typical view from a single camera is less than two seconds, and sometimes you can experience 3 or 4 different camera angles in the course of a single onscreen sentence. For me, dialogue in each camera cut is independent of dialogue that occurs in the preceding and following cuts. I have to make a conscious effort to string them together. After watching a typical movie, I’ve had to process so much conversation that I really have no desire to hear another word for several days.

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    • makagutu says:

      Really good stuff. He was had

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  3. Nan says:

    Hey Mak … I watched the movie last night. WOW! Lots of twists and turns … and quite a surprise ending. At least it was to me. Others may figure it out ahead of time … but the way it’s done, maybe not.

    Interesting side-note — I recently started watching another movie that started out with a very similar plot. I haven’t finished it yet, but I doubt the ending will be as good as The Invisible Guest. 😀

    P.S. Unlike Barry, the sub-titles didn’t bother me as I have to use closed caption anyway due to hearing loss.

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    • makagutu says:

      I watched it a second time to see what I had missed and I couldn’t identify any. That was such a twist. I didn’t see it coming.

      When you get to finishing the movie, you can recommend it. I love movies especially those that leave you with great suspense.

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      • Nan says:

        There actually aren’t very many movies that I like — primarily because they’re so cut and dried. Same old, same old plots and twists. But THIS one! So glad you suggested it! (And I did give it 5 stars.)

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