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Opening up the scope of the encounter to include these elements quickly challenges easy identifications of what--and who--matters, reminding us that Lucretius's (1924) seemingly unimperiled observer is not, in fact, at all removed from great fields of warfare.
In their first outing as a screenwriting team, the Cravens don't offer a lot in terms of plot--mostly the imperiled attempt to become unimperiled.
filmmakers James Herbert and Mark Jordan ("Scars") captures pretty people in attractive compositions unimperiled by narrative, humor or psychological insight.