Ted Bundy (2002)



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Titolo originale: Ted Bundy–>
Genere: Biografico, Poliziesco, Drammatico–>
Durata: 99–>
Nazione: UK, USA–>
Regia:
  • Matthew Bright

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Scritto da:

  • Stephen Johnston
  • Matthew Bright

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Produzione:

  • Laura De Casto (produttore associato: UK )
  • Françoise Gillard (co-produttore)
  • Hamish McAlpine (regista)
  • Michael Muscal (regista)

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Musiche:

  • Kennard Ramsey

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Trama del film:

Docu-drama based on the life of Ted Bundy, a serial killer who killed at least 19 young women during the 1970's (though some sources say as many as 30 to 35 were murdered). Set from his college student years, to his first victims, his capture, escape from prison (twice), his final killing spree to his trial, conviction and execution. Written by Anonymous

Ted Bundy was the good guy. Charasmatic, handsome, charming, intelligent, and the nicest guy you'd ever met. But beneath that good guy exterior was a vicious serial killer who caused havoc and terror among the citizens of the United States in the 1970s. This is the true story of how this respected man became one of America's most notorious serial killers. Written by Anonymous

Michael Reilly Burke's portrayal of the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy is exceptional. This account begins in 1974 with Bundy as a sympathetic counselor at an emergency hotline center in Seattle as well as a struggling law student. Bundy was handsome, intelligent, and well spoken, but something disturbing lurked just beneath the facade and his sociopathic behavior set forth a series of events that would shock the world. "Ted Bundy" moves from the 1974 Seattle killings to Utah, Colorado, and to his final killing spree in Tallahassee, Florida shortly after he escaped (for the second time) from incarceration and ends with his humiliating demise in the electric chair on January 24th, 1989. Theodore Robert Bundy confessed to killing 28 women, but the actual number Bundy carried with him to his grave. Some say, however, that he is responsible for as many as 33 to 100 murders of young women. Written by Robin <[email protected]>

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1 Comment

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    dementia13 said

    February 27 2012 @ 18:24

    I rented this because I expected it to be intense, having seen Matthew
    Bright’s work in "Freeway". It’s definitely that. It’s hard not to
    compare it to "The Deliberate Stranger": each focuses on a different
    aspect of Bundy’s story. "Stranger" focused more on the investigation
    and the actual facts, and Mark Harmon’s performance captured the
    smoothness and charm which enabled Bundy to gain his victims’ trust.
    This movie is all about the animal beneath. In reality, Bundy’s ability
    to keep that beast hidden was part of what enabled him to carry on as
    long as he did. This film lays bare that monster, and shows it in all
    its ugliness. I’m seeing a lot of criticism of this movie for being
    good at what it set out to do: to make you share in the revulsion of
    what Ted Bundy was. Complaining that it’s in bad taste? What does
    ‘taste’ have to do with a sadistic animal who snuffed out dozens of
    young womens’ lives, just to fulfill his need to feel powerful? In this
    respect, this movie is superior to "Stranger": that one is much too
    tame and sanitized. What kind of hypocrite watches a movie about a
    serial killer, and complains that it’s too lurid? While "Stranger" is
    more successful as a factual and interesting telling of Bundy’s story,
    this is a much more impactful movie that makes you feel as though
    you’re actually in the room with that demon. Only 15 minutes into the
    movie, I felt filthy just from watching his odious behavior. Bright’s
    purpose here was not so much to make a biography as it was to use
    Bundy’s story to point out something fundamental about human nature:
    the desire for control, and how it drives us to harm each other. While
    not as good as Bright’s earlier "Freeway", it’s still a good,
    disturbing movie, much in the brutal vein of "Henry, Portrait of a
    Serial Killer". It’s actually much more violent – especially sexually –
    than the latter, though not as gruesome.

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