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She's his English teacher, and their dialogue on rape scenes in Faulkner and Fitzgerald proves more than academic as his visions of her inflame his imagination and lead him to invite her to a drive-in for a French vampire movie actually footage from The Night Stalker. He gives her what we'd now call a "rufie" and takes her to a motel. With compromising photos, he blackmails her into continuing a demeaning and abusive relationship by pointing out that, as the teacher, she has more to lose in their inappropriate relations.

At least that's a superficial reading of what's happening. The fact that Eldridge sounds like "eldritch" may clue the cannier viewers into where this is going, and the resulting hornets' nest of ambiguities creates a Rorschach blot for the viewers' ideas of empowerment and control.

Today's viewers will have even less trouble anticipating the conclusion of "Millicent and Therese", in which Black plays an uptight black-clad Millicent glasses again and her lipsticked, swinging twin Therese, denounced by Millicent in her diaries and conversations as evil. Their father's recent death has brought things to the current crisis.

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The story doesn't spell this out bluntly, but one implication is that personality disorders may be the product of sexual trauma within the family. Such a pathology explains why Millicent claims the evil began at 16, when Therese seduced their father, soon after which mom committed suicide. Millicent's blame of Therese functions as internalized hatred, with Millicent acting as superego to her sister's libido, but we must resist giving away the "surprise".

These first two sections, while based on Matheson stories, are scripted by his fellow writer and Twilight Zone alumnus William F. He too was having a great decade, scripting Turn of the Screw for Curtis and having his novel Logan's Run turned into a movie and TV series. The third tale, "Amelia", scripted by Matheson himself from his story "Prey", burned itself into many an impressionable young cerebrum.

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The story is a one-woman show taking place entirely in her high-rise apartment, and it justifies the title's promise of terror. The premise sounds foolish: our heroine brings home a small "Zuni fetish doll", complete with spear and sharp white teeth and awful hair, that chases her through a vicious pell-mell life-or-death struggle. It's funny and absurd and genuinely nerve-wracking in its pains and triumphs.

That's partly because, as Black observes, it's the little things you should be able to control that get out of hand and turn deadly.

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The magic's in the execution, from a graceful unbroken shot of over three minutes as Amelia enacts a fraught phone call with her mother, to the rapidly edited, darkly lit, dutch-angled nightmare, with its accordion pacing and alternations of silence and unnerving noise. Curtis' tendency to shoot from low angles arrives at its logical conclusion during the moments of frantic subjective Zuni-vision speeding across the carpet, a visual trope we've seen many times since.

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As she simultaneously talks to the doll and to herself, for it's the same thing, the fetish manifests her self-destructive impulses, her desire to squash her own ineffective ego. She wants to give the doll to her boyfriend, but perhaps she buys it unwittingly as a signal of her own desire to be a warrior.

She puts it on the table before girding her loins to call her mother "Let's get it over with" , and the doll hears, sees, understands, and takes action with none of her waffling and shilly-shally. Source: IMDB. This is a more productive reading than the vague xenophobia of this intrusion from another culture.

American Indian? Richard Harland Smith runs through the possibilities in his commentary. In his interview, Matheson seems to think Zunis are Africans, but this generic Otherness is beside the tale's psychological point, which is to evoke our "primitive" or primal impulses in the modern city as muted traffic sounds bleed into the ambience. Or to employ one of our trendiest contemporary fetishes and shibboleths, we might say that "cultural appropriation" or "tourism" turns out to have teeth for biting back. The trilogy works as a whole because its contrasts complement its consistencies, thanks to Black and the writers, and because producer-director Curtis is good at his job.

As a producer, he brought the right talent together.

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The former, misspelled in the credits, plays a Mr. Anmar, although sources for some reason called him Amman. Sell one like this. We found something similar. About this product.