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film review: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
Directed by Scott Glosserman

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This 2006 mockumentary about the documentation of the day to day activities of a known serial killer by a group of college students. The mockumentary manages to portray this otherwise ridiculous story to us in a way that allows us to believe to be plausible and real by depicting the main character and name sake of the film as not being of too great intelligence. The film features many aspects that could lead one to believe that it was a depiction of real life events, from the opening monologue to the way that the camera moved and shook in an unprofessional home film manner, helping lend to the authenticity of this fictional piece. Another thing that adds to the immersion of the overall film piece is that the camera men are seldom seen in the film until the end of the movie in a way helping to make us the viewer feel like we are there with them gaining a knowledge and understanding of the main …

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