The Exorcist – Perchance to Dream
by Carlos Rivera Fernandez
In this video essay, Carlos Rivera Fernandez looks back at William Friedkin’s horror classic, The Exorcist (1973), highlighting his technique for planting the theme of possession early on in the film through subtle psychological and visual cues that slowly build toward its terrifying climax.
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