The Incident (1967)

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Late one night, two young toughs hold hostage the passengers in one car of a New York subway train.

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8 January 2008 | Phantasy_star_4
Upsetting do nothing
The first time i saw this film is the same feeling as i had on the second time i watched it. Garbage that you can't turn away from. As you sit to watch the film, you get a sense of nervousness coming over the passengers in the train. You watch as 2 teens terrorize each passenger one by one. This didn't make sense to me, The 2 terrorizers go to each person causing different issues, and the passengers all watch and do nothing, they all feel the same way about the 2 thugs causing problems and speak out eventually, what gets me is that you'd think by the 3rd person saying for them to stop what they are doing, the other 2 would have spoke up as well and ganged up on the terrorizers. But no? they sit there and pretend nothings happening... I'm sorry but its not human nature to sit there and let things go on like they were. Especially when you know the next person probubly is going to be you. On the flip side of things, i can't stop watching this movie no matter how frustrated i get with the passengers on the train. It really pulls you in and grabs your every attention hoping that someone will put the 2 thugs in their place. And i am so happy to say they eventually do. Even at the end again things seem not to make sense, the police show up and take the 2 terrorists that just got beat up out of the train, but no police officer questions anyone they just leave? Then the passengers all leave one by one saying nothing..? This movie is really a movie that would not happen in real life, there are problems like that that may happen, but the way the passengers and police were acting is definitely not. Maybe on an Elementary school bus but i cannot imagine adults letting such tragedy happen. So it's safe to say its a good movie to make your emotions get the best of you in anger for whats going on, because you feel you would never act that way with 2 psycho youths doing whatever they want. If you like to challenge your emotions , its a good movie to watch.

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