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The Crucible underestimated and underrated By Jon State High Student I must be honest in that I had never heard of the movie The Crucible until a few weeks ago when my English teacher had us watch it for a unit we were currently doing on witchcraft Figuring it was some teachers educational video I was not very thrilled My opinion changed abruptly as the movie began with several mischievous girls sneaking out one dark eerie night in the 1600s The setting seemed to put me there with the bright full moon shinning over the calm lake and the cool misty air seeming to hang in the air like ghosts The girls ran looking nervously over their shoulders as if they were committing a deadly crime into the daunting woods There they met a mysterious black woman around a fire and they began screaming the names of those they were infatuated with and requested a spell to be cast on them which would make them love them Everything turned serious as Abigail Williams one of the girls smashed a live chicken to pieces and smeared its blood on her face as if possessed The girls ran from the woods in a frightened terror as a curious witness put the pieces together The following morning two of the little girls one of them being Abigails little sister were in a wakeless sleep The witness explained what he saw consequently witchcraft was quickly suspected which the girls knew would sentence them to life if they were convicted That was a quick recap of only the first five minutes of this intense thriller For the first time in my life I actually looked forward to English class in order to watch the next forty-five exciting minutes of The Crucible In my many trips to Hollywood Video to catch the
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