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Six Feet Under - Not Dead Yet
This is a great show, and worth tuning in for the opening credits alone. However during the opening they show the face of a woman who is dead with eyes open. Her eyeballs are glistening with moisture and when a cotton ball is shown being gently drawn across her brow her skin moves. The woman is young and attractive and which are two things one doesn't associate with death usually. But she looks way too alive in a tight closeup.
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Rated 1.6/10 (107 ratings) Your opinion?
Contributed By: Anonymous on 07-29-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Comments:
LLij-aise writes:
Ok, give me a small break. Do you actually expect them to get a real dead person each week? Also, the show is not about the dead people, it is about the people that work with the dead people. Therefore they do not have to get that technical with the accuracy and appearance of the dead bodies. If the dead people played more of a key role (like the sick/injured people in shows like ER) I would agree that the inaccuracies you mentioned are slip-ups, but for the reasons I just mentioned I don't think it is a slip-up. I'll give you credit for having a very good eye though.
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morgue anna writes:
I am going to school to be a funeral director, and I know for a fact that this whole show is a slip-up. It's just another concoct-ion of Hollywood. And skin does move when you touch whether you are dead or not.
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