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Imagine the intense beyond painful feeling of just realizing your dead and having flashbacks or you and your fiancs brutal murder The night before your wedding This is one of the many emotional moving scenes from The Crow It stars Eric Draven Brandon Lee back from the dead a vigilante hero risen to avenge his fiancs murder To rest peacefully he must kill those who ended his life on Gate Night the night before Halloween and his wedding Very emotional and deep acting makes this movie experience even more real and heart pounding The look on Eric Dravens face during the scene of re-awakening is a great example I thought I could actually feel the pain he was going through from the deep look in his eyes This leads to an interesting point Brandon Lee who plays Draven is the son of world-renowned martial artist Bruce Lee You may or may not remember that Bruce Lee accidentally died during a filming of one of his movies some years back Perhaps Brandon used the image of his fathers death to create the pain filled expression he used in this movie Ironically enough and very unfortunate Brandon Lee died during the filming of this movie in one of its action scenes Brandon was shot with what was supposed to be a blank bullet So in a way this movie was in fact a real death tragedy in the sense that the character Eric Draven and actor Brandon Lee both die After this horrible accident director Alex Proyas decided to use computer special effects to finish Brandons remaining scenes Although you dont see as many facial shots they still did an excellent job In regards to cinematography the camera work and lighting were very well done paying attention to the little things like a drop of water running through a long strand of hair or a tear falling from a cheek to the floor It was these
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